Suzanne Lynch & Band

Suzanne Lynch, Steve Larkins, Adrian Stuckey

Presenting music from the 60’s to the present day… classic hits to contemporary… a show that can be tailored to suit your special occasion, wedding, dance, event, or corporate function.

Suzanne Lynch (vocals)
Suzanne Lynch started her singing career in the 60s group ‘The Chicks’ and went on to work as a soloist winning the New Zealand Entertainer of the Year in 1971, and the Noel Agnew Excellence Award in 2004. In 2000 she was awarded an M.B.E in the Queens Honors List. Suzanne spent most of the 70’s in England working with artists such as Neil Sedaka, Charles Aznavour, Cleo Lane, Lulu, Olivia Newton John, and Leo Sayer. For five years Suzanne lead the vocal group for Cat Stevens’s band, working on four albums and two world tours. Today Suzanne is the vocal coach for the NZ Idol television show, and performs regular corporate functions. Bookings for her live show see Suzanne performing in Hong Kong, Bangkok and Sydney.

Steve Larkins (piano/keyboards)

Steve (ex Dave Dobbyn, The Cats Away, Ray Columbus, Midge Marsden, and Ardijah) is well known in NZ as ‘the piano man’ playing and singing a mix of ballads, standards, and classic hits right up to today’s latest chart toppers. Multi-talented Steve also performs a hilarious and energetic tribute to the late great Freddy Mercury (from the
English rock band Queen), and recently performed this show at the David Tua fight and the Rugby Sevens (in Wellington).

Adrian Stuckey (guitar)
Adrian is Executive Producer of Auckland based studio ‘Big Note Productions’ and over the last ten years has written and produced award winning music for TV/ movies/jingles in New Zealand, Australia and Japan. As a guitarist Adrian plays a variety of styles including jazz, classical, Aboriginal, Calypso, rock, and pop and in 2003 he performed for the Robbie Williams V.I.P party. Adrian is currently working alongside Eddie Rayner as Assistant Music Producer for both the NZ Idol TV show and Gold Disc award winning cast album and single.