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After building on that success at home with the platinum follow-up 'Slow Burning', Katchafire took a major step forward when New Zealand foreign exchange students Introduced their Kiwi reggae vibes to the fertile soil of the Hawaiian Islands. Nearby Zip Codes. 77059 Real Estate. 77062 Real Estate. 77565 Real Estate. 77573 Real Estate.

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OriginNew Zealand
GenresRoots reggae
Years active1997–present
LabelsLion House, VP/Greensleeves
Websitewww.katchafire.co.nz
MembersTere Ngarua
Jordan Bell
Logan Bell
Grenville Bell
Leon Davey
Swells Tameifuna
Wiremu Barriball
Roy Kaiki
Past membersAra Adams-Tamatea
Jamey Ferguson
Thompson Hohepa
Harry Halpin
Haani Totorewa
Chris Roach

Katchafire are a New Zealand rootsreggae band from Hamilton, New Zealand.[1]

  • 3Discography

History[edit]

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Katchafire formed in Hamilton in 2000, originally as a Bob Marley tribute band.[1][2] The band's name derives from Catch A Fire, The Wailers' debut album.[3] They have released five albums: Revival (2003), which featured the highest-selling New Zealand single of 2002 'Giddy Up', Slow Burning (2005) Say What You're Thinking (2007), On the Road Again (2010),[4] and the compilation Best So Far (2013).[2]

The band has toured Australia, the UK, Europe, the United States, New Caledonia and Brazil and have played on the same bills as The Wailers, The Marleys, Steel Pulse, Third World, UB40, Shaggy, Lauryn Hill, Fiji, and Horace Andy.

Band members[edit]

The band's original line-up consisted of Grenville Bell (guitar) and his two sons Logan (vocal) and Jordan (drums/vocals).[2] The lineup expanded to include eight members, including Jerry (lead vocals, lead guitar), Thompson Hohepa (lead vocals), Hani Totorewa (keyboards, vocals), and Tere Ngarua (bass). Due to work and schooling commitments Tere Ngarua was replaced by Travis Te Hau, and Hani Totorewa was replaced by James Ferguson.

As a result of commitments with other bands, family and religion, lead singer Jerry and bass player Travis Te Hau left Katchafire and the band reformed as a five-piece band with Logan becoming the band's new lead singer, with Thompson Hohepa taking over on guitar and lead vocals, Jordan Bell on drums, John Kennedy on bass (later replaced by Shane Maraki), James Ferguson on vocals, keyboards, saxophone and guitar, under the management of Grenville Bell.

The addition of Ara Adams Tamatea on bass/band management and Leon Davey on percussion/backing vocals and reunion with the now qualified high school teacher Hani Totorewa on keyboards allowed Grenville Bell to step out of the management role and into his present role as lead guitarist and the brand 'Katchafire Enterprise LTD' was realized.

Ara stepped down from his role as manager/bass player, with original bass player Tere Ngarua returning and Logan taking over the band management and leadership until Ms Mikki Sellon became the manager in 2012 (The Reggae Empire/Lionhouse).

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The current lineup consists of Logan Bell (lead vocals, rhythm guitar), Jordan Bell (drums, vocals), Wirremu Barribal (lead guitar), Tere Ngarua (bass), Roy Kaiki (keyboards, vocals), and Leon Davey (percussion, vocals) wih a few great Horn players in different part of the world .[2]

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

YearAlbumLabelPeak chart
positions
NZ
[5]
2003RevivalShock/BMG5
2005Slow BurningMai/Shock12
2007Say What You're ThinkingEMI5
2010On the Road AgainEMI/Lion House Records3
2013Best So Far (compilation)VP/Greensleeves3
2018LegacyUniversal NZ/Zojak Worldwide8
[6]

Featured appearances[edit]

Katchafire have appeared on a number of compilations since 2002 in New Zealand. The following is a list of these albums that have featured tracks by Katchafire.

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ReleaseAlbumLabelTrack
2002Simply the Best Reggae AlbumWarner Music'Bounce'
2003The Reggae CollectionUniversal Music'Collie Herb Man' and 'Giddy Up'
Off the Hook 3Sony Music'Get Away' (Remix)
2004Conscious RootsCapitol Music'Get Away'
2005Conscious Roots 2Capitol Music'Frisk Me Down'
2006More NatureSony BMG'Giddy Up'
2007Conscious Roots 4EMI'This World'

Singles[edit]

YearSinglePeak chart positionsAlbum
NZ[5]
2002'Giddy Up'4Revival
'Get Away'8
'Who You With'10
2003'Colour Me Life'
'Bounce'
'Seriously'
2004'Rude Girl'Slow Burning
2005'Hey Girl'
2006'Frisk Me Down'
2007'Say What You're Thinking'Say What You're Thinking
2008'Love Letter'
2009'Working'
2010'Slow Down' feat. Rebel SouljahzBring Back The Days
'Just You & Me' feat. Na WaiNon-album single
'On The Road Again'On The Road Again
'Groove Again'
2016'Burn it Down'

References[edit]

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  1. ^ abMacgregor, Jody. Katchafire biography at AllMusic. Retrieved 25 March 2012.
  2. ^ abcdCampbell-Livingston, Cecelia (2013) 'Katchafire keeping NZ reggae scene ablaze', Jamaica Observer, 24 November 2013. Retrieved 1 December 2014
  3. ^Katchafire at AllMusic
  4. ^NEWS: New Katchafire Album Coming October 2010 - Rip It Up Magazine retrieved 15-09-2010
  5. ^ ab'KATCHAFIRE IN NEW ZEALAND CHARTS'. charts.nz. Retrieved 22 October 2012.
  6. ^'NZ Top 40 Albums Chart'. Recorded Music NZ. 11 June 2018. Retrieved 8 June 2018.

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