Grant Gillanders Frenzy record label owner and music historian Grant Gillanders has had music in his blood since his grandfather's gift of a portable record player for his fifth birthday in 1959. In 1990 Grant worked as the producer/cameraman for the first series of the TV3 music show Frenzy. He later began compiling CDs for local artists for EMI and this led to similar projects for other record labels including SONY, Universal, Ode and Rajon. In 2012 Grant formed his CD re-issue label, Frenzy. Two years later, his company joined forces with the British re-issue label RPM. In addition, Grant became a foundation writer for the Audioculture website in 2013. Robyn Welsh Robyn's career in journalism has included provincial and metropolitan newspapers in New Zealand and magazines both here and overseas. As a freelance writer for the past 30 years, Robyn's broad professional interest has encompassed writing, sub-editing and research. She was a co-researcher for Dave Cull's 1999 book The Great New Zealand Kitchen, editor/writer for The Yellow Guide to Retirement Living and contributing writer for Barbican Publishing's real estate series Where to Live in Auckland. This is her first book.