Hot Chocolate brew up a classic concert
One of the most well-known bands of the 1970s will perform in Wellington in October.
Hot Chocolate are in New Zealand for two gigs, the second of which is at The Opera House on October 22.
The band, who formed in Brixton in 1968, still have a popular following with their distinctive sound and hits like You Sexy Thing and Every 1’s A Winner.
Apart from a hiatus between 1986 and 1992, the band have been touring regularly all over the world.
Hot Chocolate consists of founding members Patrick Olive, who started with the band playing percussion and then moved on to bass guitar and vocals, Harvey Hinsley on lead guitar and Tony Connor on drums.
They are joined by Kennie Simon, who replaced original front man Errol Brown, and keyboardists Andy Smith and Steve Ansell. Tickets are $65 to $75 from ticketek.co.nz.
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