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Culzean

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Culzean was a three-piece that was formed in September 2001 in New Plymouth.

The original line-up was Rodney Wilkie on guitar and vocals, Joseph Durie on bass and Ryan Shaw on drums. In April 2002 they recorded their debut album, How to Climb Down, which was self released later that year. In November 2002 drummer Marc Devine replaced Ryan Shaw. After breaking up in October 2003, Culzean reformed with new drummer Marc Gernhoefer in May 2004.

Band Members:
Rodney 'Rodderz' Wilkie (guitar, vocals)
Joseph Durie (bass)
Marc Gernhoefer (drums)

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  • New Plymouth


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culzean

Joined: 12/08/03
Posts: 2
Location: Taranaki
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RE: Culzean through to regional final
Posted: Tue Aug 26, 2003 2:59 am
Just to let everyone know the regional final is on Friday the 5th Sep, at the Underground in The Mill, cheerz!
 

culzean

Joined: 12/08/03
Posts: 2
Location: Taranaki
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Culzean through to regional final
Posted: Tue Aug 12, 2003 6:18 am
Culzean have made it through to the Taranaki Regional Final of Battle of the Bands after their heat on Friday 8 August. Big thanks to Intergalactic Records for the awesome PA and soundman, and thanks to everyone who came along to support us, cheerz!
 

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