New Zealand singer, songwriter, producer and entertainer “Che-Fu” at the age of 4 stood stage left at Bob Marley’s Western Springs’ 1978 concert.
Che, a founding member of Supergroove, responsible for a new sound, the album Traction released in 1995 produced hits that have become classic kiwi anthems, Supergroove generated a staggering 6 Top 10 hits throughout the 90s with singles’ like, ‘Sitting inside my head’, ‘Can’t get enough’ and ‘You got to know’ The Band down sized in early 1996 after their world tour.
Che-Fu & The Kratez performed in London at HRH The Queen Of England’s Golden Jubilee. Che dined and performed for The Prince of Whales, Prince William and in the 2009 Honours List Che was presented “The NZ Order Of Merit” for his contribution to music. To date Che has the most top 10 singles in the N.Z charts.
Che-Fu & The Kratez are presently testing new tunes for a new album to be released as soon as possible. In the album below you can see Che Fu on stage at the Town Hall in Auckland as well as at Avondale College where one of the Krates works as a music teacher.