Hasta la Vista
70s, 80s, 90s, Classic Hits, Country, Pop, Rock, Rock n Roll, Top40
Hasta la Vista are wedding and corporate function specialists, also available to provide that live music touch at wedding ceremonies and canape hours. Bass player Jon is also a popular Wedding Celebrant, MC and musical soloist – what better way for your big day to go smoothly than to only be dealing with one person for your bespoke ceremony and entertainment? ”
Lead singer Jeremy may also be a familiar voice to you. You may know him better as Producer Jeremy from his days on the Rock drive show, but times have moved on and now he has assembled a band of slick musicians to deliver the perfect entertainment for your function. With such a range of musical experience, Hasta la Vista are the consumate professionals – they’ll launch into your favourite dancefloor fillers and leave your guests or clients wanting more.
Hasta la Vista are:
Jeremy Pickford (vocal / guitars) – once notorious for his Poo Towns songs on the Drive show, Jezza is one of the most passionate frontmen on the covers circuit. Expect the unexpected when he has the microphone in his hands.
Hayden Baker (guitars) – a regular on the live scene in multiple groups! A true technician, Hayden’s guitaring has to be heard to be believed.
Wesley Dowdell (drums) – Wes is another familiar face, through his musical and acting prowess. Perhaps best known for playing the part of Aaron Spiller on “”Outrageous Fortune”” , Wes has been a staple on the NZ arts scene for years. One heck of a drummer too!
Jon Pickford (bass) – JP is a multitalented musician! Also a drummer, guitarist and vocalist, Jon switches to the bass for his spot in Hasta la Vista, adding a backing vocal that only family members can provide!
Slice of Heaven – Dave Dobbyn & Herbs
Mr Brightside – The Killers
Go your own way – Fleetwood Mac
Footloose – Kenny Loggins
Pour some sugar on me – Def Leppard
Wagon Wheel – Old Crow Medicine Show
In the air – LAB
Don’t look back in anger – Oasis
Sex on fire – Kings of Leon
Shut up and Dance – Walk the Moon