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The OXO CUBANS CRAIG REEVES .. WINNER 2020 OTAGO HALL OF FAME: ENTERTAINER/ARTS PRACTITIONER OF THE YEAR.


OTAGO HALL OF FAME 2020 NOMINATION: CRAIG REEVES (Oxo Cubans)

Bass / keyboards / vocal / guitar / drums. Founding member of the Oxo Cubans with 50+ years experience in the music industry, in performance, production and management.
During his diverse career, Dunedin musician Craig Reeves has performed internationally on stage with a huge variety of iconic national and international performers including Rob Guest, Suzanne Prentice, Eddie Low, Ray Columbus, Midge Marsden, Max Merritt, Brian Cadd, Jimmy Barnes, The Bellamy Brothers, Tom T Hall, Johnny Ray, and Freddy Fender, to name just a few. The list runs to well over 50. As well as stage performance, Craig also has an impressive resume in music and event production and management.
1. Television (Musician) 2. Theatre (Musician) 3. Event / Concert Design & Production / Management & Merchandising. Based back in hometown Dunedin since 1993, Craig has been the guiding force behind the iconic Oxo Cubans band. Through this vehicle, he has encouraged and mentored countless young Dunedin musicians over the last 25 years, as well as supporting a vast array of local, national and community organisations.

OXOS & COVID 19


Due to the uncertainty created by the COVID 19 Pandemic, the band is unable to accept any bookings until the Lockdoiwn is lifted.

We wish all clients, fellow musicians, families and friends a safe and healthy passage through these turbulent times and look forward to making music with you all, hopefully in the near future.

Doug, Marcel & Craig.

OXO CUBANS WIN THE OSTA


It was pleasant surprise when the band was nominated in The Best Musical Direction category of the 2017 OSTA AWARDS, for it's performance in "GREASE .. The ARENA SPECTACULAR",
An even bigger surprise when, on the night of the OSTA'S, the band won the Award.
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