About Jason Kerrison
Opshop was formed by Invercargill born, Christchurch raised, singer/songwriter Jason Kerrison son of a Nga Puhi father and Pakeha mother. He based himself in Auckland, writing music while at a residency in a backpacker's bar in Auckland.
They became a signed act and they continue to receive a good deal of support from NZ on Air and New Zealand's broadcasting community. Opshop finished their new album You Are Here in 2004 and have done many large concerts all over the country. Their first single "Nothing Can Wait" was recorded by Malcolm Welsford at York St Studios.
The single "No Ordinary Thing" did very well in the charts and made it on to Now That's What I Call Music Volume 16.