Lisle Kinney

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Lisle Kinney
BornNew Zealand
GenresRock, pop
Occupation(s)Musician, songwriter
Associated actsHello Sailor, DD Smash

Lisle Kinney is a musician from New Zealand. His full name is David Lisle Kinney. From 1967 onwards he was a semi-professional musician, playing mainly in cabaret bands. He played bass in the following bands: October while at the University of Auckland (Graham Brazier was also in October); Brown Street, the resident band at the Great Northern Hotel; Hello Sailor and DD Smash. He had to leave DD Smash after a road accident. After this however, Lisle played bass with Sonny Day in the Coromandel "Better start saving up" tour of '87.

References[edit]

  • Dix, John, Stranded in Paradise, Penguin, 2005. ISBN 0-14-301953-8
  • Eggleton, David, Ready To Fly, Craig Potton, 2003. ISBN 1-877333-06-9
  • Roadie Campbell GILLMAN.

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