Sun, 01 Apr 2012
William Pulliam, who performed in the 70s under the name Darondo, was a funk and soul singer who sounded like a combination of Ronald Isley and Al Green.
Listen to my song, the Music City Sessions, A lost album of demo's from the 1970's, New Music reviewer Grant Smithies
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That's a 'no' to doctors prescribing medical cannabis - Bill English on The AM Show
VIDEO: Little - "A Labour government would cut immigration by tens of thousands"
Doctor dragged from overbooked plane injured and bloodied
Children preventing parents selling homes because they want inheritance is 'elder abuse'
Official Civil Defence and MetService warnings
Student Panel: Through their eyes
LEAH PANAPA with Ashley Page (who represents talent such as Joel Little (Lorde), P Money & Broods)
Tea for Two: BJ Clark
The Opposition: Director Hollie Fifer on the fight of a small Papua New Guinean community fighting to retain their land
Recidivist offenders, forgetting birthdays & ANZAC Day