Herbs is getting another honour to mark the Auckland reggae band's legacy and influence.
The group is being given the Manukau Institute of Technology Lifetime Achievement Award at this Saturday's Vodafone Pacific Music Awards and Three Houses Down will perform a tribute to the group at the awards ceremony, which is being held at the Vodafone Events Centre in Manukau.
Watch here: (1984) Herbs - Long Ago
The band's 1981 debut album What's Be Happen? was named the Independent Music NZ Classic Record at the Taite Prize in April, and the group was inducted into the NZ Music Hall of Fame in 2012 at the Apra Silver Scroll Awards, so they now have the local music triumvirate.
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Cydel and Team Dynamite who are both finalists in four categories are also performing at the awards, alongside fellow finalists Erakah, TJ Taotua, Sid Diamond, Andrew Faleatua, Maryanne Ito and K. One.