Festive street party

2010-12-21 00:00

THE Graeme Watkins Project is set to rock the Um­hlanga Summer Carnival’s Castle Lite Chill Zone Street Party in Chartwell Drive at 6 pm on Thursday.

Since finishing runner-up on Idols 2009, Watkins has teamed up with some of the most highly regarded and accomplished musicians in South African music including Ryno Zeelie (lead guitar), who has performed with Danny K, and in We Will Rock You and Rent; Rudo Pieterse (bass), who has played for Karen Zoid; and Matthew Marinus (drums), who is known for his work with Fever tree, Zebra & Giraffe and the Skouspel shows.

Channelling influences such as The Springbok Nude girls, Boo!, The Killers and even a hint of Depeche Mode, the music of the Graeme Watkins Project is designed to get the crowd moving.

For more information on the Umhlanga Street Party, visit www.umhlangatourism.co.za — Arts Editor.

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