THIS IS THE HISTORICAL PERSONNEL PAGE OF THE BAND KNOWN AS "LITTLE GREEN MEN" YOU MAY HAVE HEARD OF US...NO...? OH WELL YOU'LL HAVE TO TAKE OUR WORD FOR IT, WE WERE AWESOME
Vocals, Guitar, Mandozoulin, Harmonica, Fiddle.
Brad has played in various bands around Invercargill and traveled
to Canada and Australia with Pipin’ Hot (a blend of
Celtic rock with bagpipes.) His talents on a huge array of
instruments are regularly in demand for shows and gigs. He
was awarded "keyboard player of the year" by the
southland muso's club in 1999. We think it might be the only
time a guitar player got to be keyboard player of the year.
He is a member of the Little Green
Men 2-piece, playing tirelessly in pubs, at weddings and
corporates, and is occasionally heard playing acoustically
in cafés and at festivals.
Brad also writes for Little Green Men.
Vocals, Guitar, Bodhran.
Chrissie is a superb solo artist in her own right, appearing
occasionally at folk festivals. She brings the sweet tones
of her rich gentle voice to the band, adding the otherwise
absent feminine side!
She is also a member of the Little
Green Men 2-piece, playing in pubs and is occasionally
heard playing acoustically in cafes and at festivals.
Chrissie writes for Little Green Men.
Vocals, Drums, Guitar.
Leon has played in various bands around Invercargill including
the legendary Lone Rangers. Voted by the Southland public
as their drummer of the year in 2001. He's one of those annoying
chaps that can play any instrument he picks up.
He has recorded a solo album called "Redefine".
It's all original material, and it's very cool. If you want
a copy drop us a line, we'll send you one.
Leon writes for Little Green Men.
Vocals, Bass Guitar, Upright Bass,
James has played in various bands around Invercargill
including the legendary Lone Rangers.Voted as Southland
Bass Player of the year sometime around 1998.
James has been based in Sydney Australia for several years,
with a stint based in London while touring europe with a rock