About Bonjah

Roots rock quartet Bonjah began when New Zealanders Glenn Mossop, Regan Lethbridge, David Morgan, and Dan Chisholm met as students and formed a band called Bonjahbango. The group shortened their name to Bonjah and relocated to Melbourne, Australia in 2006. The group's sound, heavily influenced by blues, soul, and reggae, was honed through extensive international touring and festival dates, including support slots for the Who, G. Love & Special Sauce, Trinity Roots, and Eskimo Joe. The group's debut album, Until Dawn, appeared in 2009, followed by the more electric, uptempo Go Go Chaos, released in 2011. The group garnered attention for their cover of Lorde's "Royals" in 2013. 2014's Beautiful Wild was the group's most successful effort yet, peaking at number 41 on the Australian album charts. ~ Paul Simpson

    Tauranga, New Zealand

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