Heels over Head return to Hammarsdale

2015-12-23 06:00
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HEELS over Head, an all-female jazz-pop band from Durban, is headed for Seaman’s Corner in Hammarsdale on Sunday – their second visit to the venue this year.

Because their Women’s Month performance in August was so successful, the girls decided they wanted to visit Hammarsdale again.

The love of jazz weaved these girls together in 2008 to form this unique musical force. Since then the girls have been composing, rehearsing and recording new music and with lots of performances around KwaZulu-Natal and the country.

Their music is referred to as “smooth jazz” or “easy-breezy pop jazz” and they have developed a notable signature sound that consists of African-influenced music and uniquely rearranged
standards.

With their sparkling stage presence the ladies always look classy and stylish and you cannot miss the charm and charisma of their lead vocalists, Thulile Zama and Nomkhosi Mazibuko.

They are accompanied by drummer Rebekah Doty and pianist Mandy Cobbing, and last but not least, guitarist Chillie Wardell-Stent joins the band, and the flaming fusion of musicians is complete.

There is no doubt that fans take joy in listening to Heels over Head - the African-jazz ambiance, skilled musicians and vocalists and well-founded rhythm.

The show starts at 6pm and tickets cost R50.

- Supplied.

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