Bands: Interview with Zephyr

2008-07-18 00:00

Zephyr is a three-piece band from the Natal Midlands made up of Colin Arbuckle and the brothers Liam and Jeremy Mathias. The band will be performing at the Botanical Gardens on 20 July at the Hillside Concert. The band has played in a number of towns and cities - from Durban to Newcastle, Margate to Sodwana, often featuring in and around the Midlands. They make regular appearances at The Forgotten Falls in Howick, and at the Red Door in Pietermaritzburg and have opened for bands like Dan Patlansky, Celtis, Syd Kitchen and Roly Struckmeyer.

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