The Exponents live at the Powerstation 2013. Rhoto: RNZ / Andre Upston.
Local living legends The Dance Exponents, led with irrepressible force by singer/songwriter Jordan Luck, formed in 1981. Since then The Exponents have blazed a trail up and down NZ with spirited shows involving mass sing-a-longs, taken up by successive generations of younger fans.
All told The Exponents have won five NZ Music Awards and in 2015 were the first inductees into the NZ Music Hall of Fame.
Let's join the original line-up of the Dance Exponents at The Powerstation in November 2013, for a fine selection of audience sing-along songs from the band’s bulging back catalogue of well-loved hits.
The songs are: 'Sex & Agriculture', 'If Only I Could Die (And Love You Still)',‘Christchurch’, 'I'll Say Goodbye (Even Though I'm Blue)', 'Who Loves Who The Most', 'Why Does Love Do This To Me'.
Recorded by Radio New Zealands' award winning music engineer Andre Upston on 1 November 2013.