Murray McNabb: farewell from an unsung great NZ musician

By Graham Reid In Music

Print Share
13th June, 2013
The plan would have been timely: a concert acknowledging the half-century Murray McNabb knew and played alongside drummer Frank Gibson. “Then they gave me a year, a year ago,” said the keyboard player and composer about his cancer diagnosis. “So I’m on the way out. But we’re all on the way out in one way or another. It’s just happening at a different time for me.” That time came on Sunday, a little over a fortnight after this final interview in McNabb’s Auckland home. Philosophical and until recently still recording (two tracks with Gibson for a duets album under the drummer’s ...

NZ Listener print only subscriptions & digital only subscriptions

NZ Listener subscriptions;

Print subscriptions: To receive the NZ Listener in your mailbox each week click here.

Digital subscriptions: We now have the NZ Listener weekly edition as a digital reader version via the Zinio digital platform – read the latest edition on your computer or via the Zinio app on your tablet.  To find our more click here.

Archive content: If you’re interested in accessing archive content, please contact our NZ Listener helpdesk contact us.  We endeavor to get back to you within 5 working days.

Locked content: If you have an archive content login, please login to view and unlock content, for more information regarding locked content please read our NZ Listener FAQ’s

Any queries regarding access please contact our NZ Listener helpdesk contact us.

More by Graham Reid

Switch to mobile version