Mike Kingston

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Mike Kingston is a multi-instrumentalist front man and composer in ‘Bella Cajon‘ , ‘The Wagtails‘, and Phantasticus.  He continues to perform regularly throughout Wellington and New Zealand.

He plays guitar on After Maths & Sciences

and cello on Loose Autumn Moans

and is a key member of The Winter

www.mikekingstonmusic.com

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8 thoughts on “Mike Kingston

    […] formed on winter solstice day 2003 in Wellington, The Winter is an improvised music trio of Mike Kingston, Simon Sweetman and Dave Edwards… with a sound that swerves from acoustic folk/blues with […]

    The Winter 2015 | fiffdimension said:
    25/07/2015 at 7:25 am

    […] formed on winter solstice day 2003 in Wellington, The Winter is an improvised music trio of Mike Kingston, Simon Sweetman and Dave Edwards… with a sound that swerves from acoustic folk/blues with […]

    The Winter: Exit Points | fiffdimension said:
    30/08/2015 at 1:58 am

    […] Mike Kingston: guitar, bass, clarinet, electronics Dave Edwards: guitar, bass, banjo, harmonica, ukulele, sanshin, electronics Simon Sweetman: drums and percussion, electronics […]

    Phantasticus Acousticus | fiffdimension said:
    21/11/2015 at 8:14 am

    […] the fearless fiddling skills of Ana Christie and Alex Hills, matched by the awesome forces of Michael Kingston and Rick Shaw on guitar, all wrapped up in the powerful bass boutique of Jacqui […]

    The Winter: Flying Visit « fiffdimension said:
    19/05/2017 at 11:04 am

    […] Mike Kingston: charango, guitar, clarinet […]

    The Winter: 2011 « fiffdimension said:
    19/05/2017 at 11:08 am

    […] on guitar, ukulele, banjo, clarinet, piano, harmonica and percussion by Simon, Dave and Mike. acoustic guitar & banjo Simon Sweetman Dave Edwards […]

    […] this Mike and Dave moved to Australia, and the band next played in […]

    The Winter: Parataxes « fiffdimension said:
    19/05/2017 at 11:17 am

    […] Mike Kingston – cello, electronic composition (1,4,7), electric guitar (2), acoustic guitar and slide whistle (8) […]

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