Shihad goes old school for new documentary
Mon, 30 May 2011 10:50p.m.
By Laura Frykberg
Aside from Split Enz, no other band has had more singles on the Top 40 chart than Shihad.
This year marks the band's 23rd anniversary. The milestone brings on a new documentary which explores the band's success.
The band's documentary includes lead singer Jon Toogood visiting the high school where it all began.
“I got expelled once when I spray painted ‘AC/DC rules’ on the third level toilet wall, even though I was right because AC/DC does rule,” says Toogood.
Shihad has released nine studio albums and enjoyed popularity here and across the ditch.
The band recently received the ‘Legacy’ award at last year’s New Zealand Music Awards.
The documentary will be released at the end of the year.
Watch the full video.
Post a Comment
Before commenting, please take the time to read our moderation guide
(Won't be published)
It was the end of the road for Eden Roberts on The X Factor NZ last night after she was voted off in the first of the show's elimination episodes.
Eliminated X Factor NZ contestant Eden Roberts talks to 3 News about being voted off in the first of the show's elimination episodes.
Microsoft has unveiled the Xbox One, its next-generation entertainment console.
Launch trailer for Metro: Last Light, the post-apocalyptic sequel to Metro 2033.
Members of the Blizzard team discuss why they are excited to release Diablo 3 on the PS4.
Copyright © 2013 MediaWorks TV. All Rights Reserved.