Rick Bryant

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Rick Bryant (born 1948 as Donald Richard Bryant) is a New Zealand blues and rock singer/songwriter. Bands include Rick Bryant and the Jive Bombers, The Jubilation Gospel Choir, and Windy City Strugglers.[1] With over a thirty-year history in music other bands include Mammal and Bruno Lawrence's Blerta. He is currently working on recording new album with John Kempt Gordon Spittle and other long term collaborators - Pete Bayliss, Ross Burge, Tony McMaster and the current membership of the live band.

He was convicted of possession of cannabis, cannabis oil, ecstasy and cocaine, but appealed blaming his 35-year history of cannabis use.[2]


  1. ^ Ormond, Chris (25 July 2006). "Hitless bluesmen happy to struggle". New Zealand Herald. Retrieved 2009-08-03. 
  2. ^ "Rick Bryant Seeks Reduced Sentence". stuff.co.nz. 2011. Retrieved 3 October 2011. 

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