HAPPY FISH is:  Gordon Joll, drums and Sue Joll, guitar and vocals.  Together they create bass tracks to give a full band sound.  They play a mix of popular rock songs and original music with an emphasis on Kiwi music.


Happy Fish formed in March 2015, their love for each other and their music was instant and Happy Fish quickly became a very popular act on the pub and club circuit with bookings well into 2019. 


Gordon Joll is one of New Zealand's most accomplished musicians; a drummer of world class status who has played a part in shaping New Zealand's musical history for over 40 years, having collaborated with such great names as Herbs, Hello Sailor, Rock Candy, Prince Tui Teka, Auckland Philharmonic Orchestra, Billy T. James, Tom Sharplin, Hammond Gamble, The Mockers, Glen Moffatt, Brendon Ham...the list goes on.  Gordon is an inducted member into the New Zealand Music Hall of Fame. 


Sue Joll, guitarist/singer/songwriter, has been an all-round musician for over 30 years with a rich and powerful voice, having played bass for Monique Rhodes, Doc Savage and Hashtag and rhythm guitarist and vocalist for Too Wild and Fatal Attraction.  Sue's unique, rhythm guitar "feel" is heavily influenced by the rich and musical talent that hails from the Far North of New Zealand where she grew up.  Sue caught the attention of Jordan Luck who invited her up to sing with him at a recent gig.


Happy Fish have just released their first CD, "Catch Us On A Good Day".