Mister Meana, a Christchurch based band, delivers a variety of music, which is diverse in style and appeals to all age groups. Their music is entertaining and audience responsive. They associate with clients and agencies in a way that demonstrates their professionalism and work ethic.
Each of the seven band members, without exception, has been in the music industry for many years. All have either professional or semi-professional careers.
Pania Tapara – Lead Vocalist/Manager Peter Burdon – Keyboards/vocalist Michael Davis – Lead Guitarist/vocalist Kevin Taylor – Bass player/vocalist Lou Moverley – Drummer/vocalist Robin Cocks – Trumpet/harmonica/vocalist Russell Officer – Trumpet/saxophone/vocalist
Mister Meana was established in 1990. The band has played at numerous functions for a variety of Clients, including:
Cancer Society South Island Advertising Awards Harcourts NZ World Paraplegic Games Child Cancer Foundation NZ Law Society G.L. Bowron Ltd P.D.L. Industries Ashburton High School Ball/PTA Fairlie PTA International Nurses Conference Australasian Principals Conference
Although their clients, in the main, are from the corporate sector, they also enjoy playing for private functions such as, birthdays and Social Clubs.
The band works very hard to ensure that everyone will enjoy their night. Their music encompasses all styles from most eras. See the attached sheet for a selection of their repertoire.
SELECTION OF MISTER MEANA’S REPERTOIRE
1940’s 1980’s Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy Outlook for ThursdayIn the Mood LoyalAmerican Patrol Walking on Sunshine You’ve got It1950’s Brown Eyed Girl Heartache TonightTwilight Time Summertime 1990’sGreatballs of Fire All Shook Up That don’t Impress me muchJohnny be Good Man I feel like a WomanUnchanged Melody Tub ThumpingDo you Love Me Zuit Suit RiotMany more popular rock’n’roll songs Leave your Hat on Sun go Down1960’s MilleniumRiver Deep Mountain High Twist & Shout Livin da vida locaWishing & Hoping Underneath your ClothesIt’s not Unusual That’s the way it isTell Him Objection TangoTo Sir with Love Don’t know why I didn’t comeFerry across the Mersey Get what you give 1970’s Dancing Queen Mama Mia Grease Lightening You’re the One that I Want You should be Dancing How Deep is your Love