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Rua was a band based in Christchurch, New Zealand for more than 20 years. Their musical style was Celtic fusion, with a range of traditional and original compositions in their repertoire.
Rua performed their farewell concerts at Lyttelton in December 2001
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Mike Considine - bazouki, percussion,
Jon Hooker - guitars,
Denny Stanway - Vocals, prercussion,
Davy Stuart - viola, cittern, guitar,
James Wilkinson - Vocals, guitar, fretless bass,
Jimmy Young - Northumbrian pipes, whistles, flute, percussion