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About Rehaab

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The Band's Name concocted from what was referred to as the traditional Blues "aab" format, Rehaab is a Remedy of Original Blues Rock, Blues, Stoner Blues, Funk, Rock Ballads, Psychedelic, Classic Rock and Selected Covers....with a Twist.

 
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Mike (Mutt)

 Lead Guitarist/Vocals

Phil Rudd (ACDC) European Tour 2017/Electric Universe (NZ)

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Roy

Lead Singer/Acoustic Guitar/Blues Harp

Hindsight (UK), KORU (UK), Loose Moorings (UK), Hybrid Blues (NZ)

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Grant

Drums/Percussion/Vocals

Emily's Garden (Scotland)
Hybrid Blues (NZ)

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Larry

Bass/Vocals

Shelter (NZ) Miscreant (NZ) Ravenhall (NZ)

 
 
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Mutt's B10 QUESTIONS

1. What is your birth country of Origin?

New Zealand

2.What star sign are you?

Aries

3. Hard question for choice as a muso, but what is your favourite Band/Artist or Song Writer?

Jimi Hendrix

4. As a kid, did you ever pretend you were a Rock Star?

No

5. Another Awkward question for a muso but what instrumentalist/singer influenced you most?

Gary Moore

6. As a muso, are you self-taught or trained/schooled?

Yes

7. Are you superstitious? If so, do you have any traits you keep to before going on stage?

Definitely not but I must have a new set of strings on the guitar before each gig.

8. What is your most memorable gig?

It would be when I toured with the Phil Rudd Band in 2017. We played on the pool deck of the Mein Schiff (Full Metal Cruise V) in the middle of the afternoon to 900 people while cruising the Mediterranean Sea

9.What is your ultimate gig for the future?

To play at one of the major New Zealand festivals

10. If you were handed a thousand bucks to give to a charity, what cause would you donate too?

Waipuna Hospice

 
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Larry's B10 Questions


1. What is your birth country of Origin? 

New Zealand

2.What star sign are you? 

Suchahairyass 

3. Hard question for choice as a muso, but what is your favourite Band/Artist or Song Writer? 

I hate this question... I don't have a favourite, it really depends on my mood... Tool, Corey Taylor, Sevendust, Pearl Jam, Chris Cornell, Robert Johnson, Stevie Ray Vaughn, Dr Dre, Counting Crows to name a few

4. As a kid, did you ever pretend you were a Rock Star? 

I think most musicians would've spent a moment or two bouncing around their bedroom imagining they were onstage, its rehearsal, not pretending 😁

5. Another Awkward question for a muso but what instrumentalist/singer influenced you most? 

Again, it's more of a kaleidoscope, but the most influential bassists would be Flea or Juan Nelson

6. As a muso, are you self-taught or trained/schooled? 

Well... I had a lot of other students at school teach me things, but never really had any formal lessons

7. Are you superstitious? If so, do you have any traits you keep to before going on stage? 

Nah, not superstitious, always like to have a few drinks with the boys before hitting the stage though

8. What is your most memorable gig? 

The first is always pretty memorable right? Playing a Green Day cover to a fully packed hall at a lunchtime Edgewater College talent quest... Or when I stood in for Tahuna Breaks and played on the roof of George FM... Or during the Miscreant days we played a pretty epic gig at studio, the crowd was pumping, the stage was massive, and the sound and lights were right on point

9.What is your ultimate gig for the future? 

Playing open air, festival style

10. If you were handed a thousand bucks to give to a charity, what cause would you donate too? 

It's a hard question, there's a lot that need it, but probably Kidscan 

 
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Grant's B10 Questions

 1.What is your birth country of Origin? 

Scotland

2.What star sign are you? 

Chancer

3. Hard question for choice as a muso, but what is your favorite Band/Artist or Song Writer? 

Hmmm, it changes from day to day sometimes. The Beatles will always be my touchstone and a reminder that there is good in all types of music.

4. As a kid, did you ever pretend you were a Rock Star? 

Of course!! I’m still a kid really.

5. Another Awkard question for a muso but what instrumentalist/singer influenced you most? 

Keith Moon.

6. As a muso, are you self-taught or trained/schooled? 

In short, I’m self-taught but in reality, every musician I’ve ever heard has taught me something, good or otherwise.

7. Are you superstitious? If so, do you have any traits you keep to before going on stage? 

Not superstitious. Before going on stage, I always try to remember what songs we’re playing. It’s helpful.

8. What is your most memorable gig? 

Probably the first proper gig I played. I was 17 so not actually old enough to be in the venue. The band was called Emily’s Garden and I’m still in contact with some of the band members today. There have been many other memorable gigs but that one sticks out.

9.What is your ultimate gig for the future? 

A big open air festival gig has always been a dream of mine.

10. If you were handed a thousand bucks to give to a charity, what cause would you donate too? 

So many worthy charities out there with so many wonderful people giving their time and energy to them. Given the events in my life over the last couple of years I would donate to Cancer research. 

 
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Roy's B10 Questions

1. What is your birth place/country of Origin? 

Whakatane (Ngati Awa) Aotearoa (New Zealand)

2.What star sign are you? 

Virgo

3. Hard question for choice as a muso, but what is your favorite Band/Artist or Song Writer? 

Billy Joel (Song Writer) Free (Band)

4. As a kid, did you ever pretend you were a Rock Star? 

Oh, hell yeah!! My single bed was my stage, my sister's hair brush my SM58 and I played the meanest air guitar.......but don’t tell my sister 😉

5. Another Awkward question for a muso but what instrumentalist/singer influenced you most? 

Mr Freddie King

6. As a muso, are you self-taught or trained/schooled? 

Learnt to read music when I played trumpet for Tauranga Boy’s College Big Band and taught myself Blues Harp/Guitar my mid 30’s

7. Are you superstitious? If so, do you have any traits you keep to before going on stage? 

No not superstitious, however down a shot of Sambuka just before going on stage.... instant energy boost and great for the vocals

8. What is your most memorable gig? 

Headlining with Loose Moorings (UK) at Bielefeld Music Festival, Germany. But it wasn’t just the gig itself but our bass player Kez was carrying over our first steins of bier (As you do!) and tripped forward on some concrete steps slashing his hand open the day before we were to play. Hand strapped, he played the gig, how bloody loyal/dedicated is that?!! Never forget it

9.What is your ultimate gig for the future? 

Right now, Byron Bay Blues Festival, ultimately Mr Clapton's Crossroads Blues Festival and heard Red Rocks is a Dosey sound wise as well.

10. If you were handed a thousand bucks to give to a charity, what cause would you donate too? 

I’d split it into three, Women’s Refuse, Kid’s with Cancer and Mental Health 

 

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