Centrestage’s ‘Unplugged’ show returns to Old Grey

2015-11-18 06:00
Centrestage’s ‘Unplugged’ show returns to Port Elizabeth audiences for two nights only at Old Grey on November 20 and 21. Photo: MIKE BARWOOD

Centrestage’s ‘Unplugged’ show returns to Port Elizabeth audiences for two nights only at Old Grey on November 20 and 21. Photo: MIKE BARWOOD

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BACK by popular demand and after the initial sell-out run, Centrestage’s Unplugged show returns to Port Elizabeth audiences for two nights only at Old Grey on November 20 and 21.

Acoustic music aficionados and fans of the cello, accordion, mandolin, double bass, banjo and guitar will be thrilled to encounter Centrestage in their tribute to the MTV unplugged phenomenon.

Popular acoustic virtuoso and Neil Young sound-alike Alan Kozak fronts the 7-piece unplugged band which is crammed with Port Elizabeth’s top vocalists and multi instrumentalists.

These include Wayne Kallis in a more subdued role than usual, Andrew Warneke on bass and double bass and Devon van Rooyen on sympathetic percussion, as well as the live wire Andrea Morris on keys and the talented Claire Venn on vocals.

An exciting addition of the cello in its line-up will be in the capable hands of Ian Du Toit, who recently returned to PE after a stint of mentoring music students in the UK.

The show starts at 7:30pm and tickets are R140 per person or R130 per person for eight or more and can be booked at Computicket or by calling Wendy on 082 661 6921.

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