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Encyclopedia > Don McGlashan

Don McGlashan is a New Zealand musician and songwriter who has been a member of bands such as Blam Blam Blam, The Front Lawn, and The Mutton Birds.


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Don McGlashan | Laureate Artist 2002 (386 words)
Don McGlashan was born in Auckland, and played French horn and percussion in the Auckland Symphonia from 1979 to 1982.
Together with Sinclair, and a group of Auckland performers, McGlashan co-founded Auckland's Watershed Theatre in 1990, and was heavily involved in the developing and programming of the venue in its early years.
Don McGlashan maintains a busy performance schedule both as a solo artist and with his new band Don McGlashan and the Seven Sisters, comprising SJD on bass, pedal steel guitarist John Segovia (Boxcar Guitars) and drummer Chris O'Connor..
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Don is currently scoring the feature film “Number 2” directed by Toa Fraser and produced by Tim White, Lydia Livingstone and Philippa Campbell.
In 1980 Don formed Blam Blam Blam for whom he was the main writer as well as drummer and singer.
McGlashan's song "Don't fight it, Marsha, it's bigger than both of us" was named "Song of the Year" in the 1982 New Zealand Recording Industry Awards and topped the independent charts in the UK.
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