Big names to sing in ‘Divos’

2017-09-12 06:00

This year’s Divos Cape Town will feature the best male vocalists in South Africa for one night only at the Grand Arena, GrandWest on Saturday 23 September at 20:00.

The show will introduce a star-studded R&B act, Supreme 3, for the first time. The group features South African hit makers Loyiso Bala, Danny K and Lloyd Cele, showcasing some of the most iconic R&B soul classics of all time.

The show will also introduce new R&B/soul group SoulCut 3, featuring the multitalented Nur Abrahams, lead vocalist of iconic ’90s boyband the Boyz, as well as Fagrie Isaacs and Ty Platinum, the former lead singer of R&B band Blackcurrant.

Garth Taylor will be performing some of his classic soul favourites, as well as some new material. Donveno Prins, one of South Africa’s leading saxophonists, well known for backing some of the biggest local and international artists that have performed in South Africa in recent years, is launching one of the most anticipated solo careers in recent Cape Town history.

Other performers include Mujahid George and 2016 Idols top 8 finalist Tebogo Louw. The singers will be supported by musical genius Camillo Lombard and his band.V Tickets cost between R195 and R395 each. Book at www.marmaladeproductions.co.za, Computicket, Shoprite, Checkers and House & Home stores.

This year’s Divos Cape Town will feature the best male vocalists in South Africa for one night only at the Grand Arena, GrandWest on Saturday 23 September at 20:00.

The show will introduce a star-studded R&B act, Supreme 3, for the first time. The group features South African hit makers Loyiso Bala, Danny K and Lloyd Cele, showcasing some of the most iconic R&B soul classics of all time.

The show will also introduce new R&B/soul group SoulCut 3, featuring the multitalented Nur Abrahams, lead vocalist of iconic ’90s boyband the Boyz, as well as Fagrie Isaacs and Ty Platinum, the former lead singer of R&B band Blackcurrant.

Garth Taylor will be performing some of his classic soul favourites, as well as some new material. Donveno Prins, one of South Africa’s leading saxophonists, well known for backing some of the biggest local and international artists that have performed in South Africa in recent years, is launching one of the most anticipated solo careers in recent Cape Town history.

Other performers include Mujahid George and 2016 Idols top 8 finalist Tebogo Louw. The singers will be supported by musical genius Camillo Lombard and his band.V Tickets cost between R195 and R395 each. Book at www.marmaladeproductions.co.za, Computicket, Shoprite, Checkers and House & Home stores.

This year’s Divos Cape Town will feature the best male vocalists in South Africa for one night only at the Grand Arena, GrandWest on Saturday 23 September at 20:00.

The show will introduce a star-studded R&B act, Supreme 3, for the first time. The group features South African hit makers Loyiso Bala, Danny K and Lloyd Cele, showcasing some of the most iconic R&B soul classics of all time.

The show will also introduce new R&B/soul group SoulCut 3, featuring the multitalented Nur Abrahams, lead vocalist of iconic ’90s boyband the Boyz, as well as Fagrie Isaacs and Ty Platinum, the former lead singer of R&B band Blackcurrant.

Garth Taylor will be performing some of his classic soul favourites, as well as some new material. Donveno Prins, one of South Africa’s leading saxophonists, well known for backing some of the biggest local and international artists that have performed in South Africa in recent years, is launching one of the most anticipated solo careers in recent Cape Town history.

Other performers include Mujahid George and 2016 Idols top 8 finalist Tebogo Louw. The singers will be supported by musical genius Camillo Lombard and his band.V Tickets cost between R195 and R395 each. Book at www.marmaladeproductions.co.za, Computicket, Shoprite, Checkers and House & Home stores.

This year’s Divos Cape Town will feature the best male vocalists in South Africa for one night only at the Grand Arena, GrandWest on Saturday 23 September at 20:00.

The show will introduce a star-studded R&B act, Supreme 3, for the first time. The group features South African hit makers Loyiso Bala, Danny K and Lloyd Cele, showcasing some of the most iconic R&B soul classics of all time.

The show will also introduce new R&B/soul group SoulCut 3, featuring the multitalented Nur Abrahams, lead vocalist of iconic ’90s boyband the Boyz, as well as Fagrie Isaacs and Ty Platinum, the former lead singer of R&B band Blackcurrant.

Garth Taylor will be performing some of his classic soul favourites, as well as some new material. Donveno Prins, one of South Africa’s leading saxophonists, well known for backing some of the biggest local and international artists that have performed in South Africa in recent years, is launching one of the most anticipated solo careers in recent Cape Town history.

Other performers include Mujahid George and 2016 Idols top 8 finalist Tebogo Louw. The singers will be supported by musical genius Camillo Lombard and his band.V Tickets cost between R195 and R395 each. Book at www.marmaladeproductions.co.za, Computicket, Shoprite, Checkers and House & Home stores.

This year’s Divos Cape Town will feature the best male vocalists in South Africa for one night only at the Grand Arena, GrandWest on Saturday 23 September at 20:00.

The show will introduce a star-studded R&B act, Supreme 3, for the first time. The group features South African hit makers Loyiso Bala, Danny K and Lloyd Cele, showcasing some of the most iconic R&B soul classics of all time.

The show will also introduce new R&B/soul group SoulCut 3, featuring the multitalented Nur Abrahams, lead vocalist of iconic ’90s boyband the Boyz, as well as Fagrie Isaacs and Ty Platinum, the former lead singer of R&B band Blackcurrant.

Garth Taylor will be performing some of his classic soul favourites, as well as some new material. Donveno Prins, one of South Africa’s leading saxophonists, well known for backing some of the biggest local and international artists that have performed in South Africa in recent years, is launching one of the most anticipated solo careers in recent Cape Town history.

Other performers include Mujahid George and 2016 Idols top 8 finalist Tebogo Louw. The singers will be supported by musical genius Camillo Lombard and his band.V Tickets cost between R195 and R395 each. Book at www.marmaladeproductions.co.za, Computicket, Shoprite, Checkers and House & Home stores.

This year’s Divos Cape Town will feature the best male vocalists in South Africa for one night only at the Grand Arena, GrandWest on Saturday 23 September at 20:00.

The show will introduce a star-studded R&B act, Supreme 3, for the first time. The group features South African hit makers Loyiso Bala, Danny K and Lloyd Cele, showcasing some of the most iconic R&B soul classics of all time.

The show will also introduce new R&B/soul group SoulCut 3, featuring the multitalented Nur Abrahams, lead vocalist of iconic ’90s boyband the Boyz, as well as Fagrie Isaacs and Ty Platinum, the former lead singer of R&B band Blackcurrant.

Garth Taylor will be performing some of his classic soul favourites, as well as some new material. Donveno Prins, one of South Africa’s leading saxophonists, well known for backing some of the biggest local and international artists that have performed in South Africa in recent years, is launching one of the most anticipated solo careers in recent Cape Town history.

Other performers include Mujahid George and 2016 Idols top 8 finalist Tebogo Louw. The singers will be supported by musical genius Camillo Lombard and his band.V Tickets cost between R195 and R395 each. Book at www.marmaladeproductions.co.za, Computicket, Shoprite, Checkers and House & Home stores.

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