I am looking forward to this evenings Prime Rocks featuring the Dance Exponents and recent Crane Brothers model Jordan luck.
I am old enough to remember the Exponents when they still had the word Dance in their name and even luckier to have grown up around Jordan and his many sisters.
This will be a story about New Zealand, about how hopes and dreams can be realised and how being tenacious and working hard can result in great achievements.
It will be sprinkled with tragedy ( no doubt ) as the story is a long and at times difficult one but it will be a ripping yarn.
Prime Rocks, 9.30 PM , 22 May.
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