Charting, award winning band from Wellington, NZ
70's vibed indie art rock: Earworm Melodies over ornate arrangements. An 11 piece band with the energy of a 747 taking off, but more finesse. We have the necessary basics AND all of the essential additives!

“Music! It keeps my heart glad.”

Chances are if you’re involved in the Wellington music scene you’ve met Julie Lamb.

During her 15 year music career the award winning, charting musician has written, performed and recorded original music; formed and promoted bands and choirs; and organised and directed multi-band music events. She’s even the Treasurer of the Capital Blues Club, Aro Creative and the Wellington Jazz Orchestra . In her down time you’ll find her in the crowd supporting other musicians.

“Writing, arranging and performing music are some of the most incredible buzzes in my world. I want to be doing this stuff when I'm 90...”

Julie has written and recorded three acclaimed albums – Most and Least (2008); Trippin’ the Light (2012); and When we Hang Out (2014) which debuted at number 10 on the New Zealand Music Charts. Gliding between rock, funk, blues and back again Julie puts lyrical twists to earworm melodies that stay true to her 70s style vibe. Her arrangements are painstakingly crafted; her songs clever, intelligent, impassioned and punctuated with humour and light.

In 2011, in preparation for Trippin’ the Light Julie brought together a group of gifted musicians who have gelled into the standout 11-piece Julie Lamb Band. The core of the band - Julie, drummer Andrew Richardson, bassist Callum Hazlitt-Black and guitarist Dave Hadley have co-written many of the songs on When we Hang Out and continue to collaborate on new work. They are joined by Andreas Lepper on percussion, Damian Forlong on trombone, Geraint Scott on saxophone, Megan McCarthy on keyboard and Deb Rock-Evans, Emma Davey and Miranda Turner delivering backing vocals - each adding their own touches to the songs as they evolve.

Management Contact

Julie Lamb
021 490160


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First review is in from the lovelies at - what lovely writing. And of course it doesn't hurt that The reviewer thinks we're pretty damn good! Pai korry... made my day!
Julie Lamb - Album Review: Ordinary Days. A review by Corinner. has the latest exclusive reviews of bands and musicians written by dedicated volunteer journalists.
And to add to a fabulous week for the album, TalentCast have thrown our newest song "Ordinary Days" in the mix for extra airplay. Single click, no sign up vote... gets us airplay in even more countries! We'd really appreciate it!
Added a new video: "Ordinary Days"
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Added a new video: "Bleeding Numbers"
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I promised that we'd place a little something under your timeline pillow for you when you woke up! Hows this for a boppy feel good tune? The video is a "collamborative" effort... see what we did there??
Have an extra"Ordinary Day" and I hope the tune stays with you - Don't forget you can preorder the album at
Download this as a little present when you preorder "Ordinary Days"! You can do that right here! Album lau...