Goldenhorse


Goldenhorse

Infobox musical artist
Name = Goldenhorse


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Origin = New Zealand
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Genre = Folk
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Years_active = 2000-present
Label = Siren Records
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Current_members = Kirsten Morelle
Geoff Maddock
Ben King
Vincent Hine
Nick Gaffaney
Past_members = Joel Wilton
Andrew Clark
Ben Collier

Goldenhorse are a pop/folk band from New Zealand. The group consists of Kirsten Morelle (vocals), Geoff Maddock (guitar/vocals), Ben King (guitar/vocals), Vincent Hine (bass), and Nick Gaffaney (drums).

Discography

Featured appearances

The group have appeared on many compilations and soundtracks in New Zealand. The following is a list of these albums that have featured tracks by Goldenhorse.

* (2000) - Stickmen (Universal Music) - "American Wife".
* (2003) - Coleman Sessions Recorded Live At York Street (Channel Z) - "Describing Song".
* (2003) - Natural Woman (Sony Music) - "Maybe Tomorrow".
* (2003) - The Strip (Loop Recordings) - "Golden Horse".
* (2003) - Waves (EMI) - "Golden Dawn".
* (2004) - Lazy Sunday 4 (EMI) - "Maybe Tomorrow".
* (2004) - Triumph (Sony Music) - "Golden Dawn".
* (2005) - She Will Have Her Way (EMI) - "I'll Never Know".
* (2005) - Tuwhare (Toi Maori Aotearoa) - "O Africa" (only features Geoff Maddock & Kirsten Morell).
* (2006) - More Nature (Sony BMG) - "Maybe Tomorrow".

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External links

* [http://www.goldenhorse.co.nz/ Official Site]


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