The Braxton Hicks (II)

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The Braxton Hicks

The Braxton Hicks were formed as a two-piece band featuring Joel Flyger (vocals, guitar) and Mack Lynn (drums), but from late 2006 became a three-piece with the inclusion of Mitch Currin (bass). They released a four track EP titled It's what you used to do in 2006, won the regional Smokefree Rockquest competition, and made the top-12 in the national competition. Rain Song is included on the Smokefree Rockquest 2006 CD.

In early 2008 the band recieved a New Zealand on Air Recording Artist Grant, which they used to record the song Fake, with video directed by Luke McPake.

Flyger went on to Auckland outfit Popstrangers.


January 2008 cover of The Set

Published Articles[edit]

  • Braxton Hicks Interview: Labour of Love, The Set 46, January 2008
  • Funding Gives Rockers a Boost, Hamilton Press, 13 February 2008, p30
  • Talent on the Loose, The Press, 22 March 2008, pC5

External Sites[edit]

Two bands have used the Braxton Hicks name. If you are looking for the Braxton Hicks active 2003-2004, click here.

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