Steve Fataar’s ‘Golden Oldies’ comes to Sibaya

2016-10-06 06:00
PHOTO: supplied Steve Fataar

PHOTO: supplied Steve Fataar

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ONE of South Africa’s most celebrated musicians will set the stage alight at the Sibaya iZulu Theatre from 7 to 9 October with a trip down rock n roll memory lane that is not to be missed.

Steve Fataar and friends promise a night to remember with Steve Fataar’s Golden Oldies, a night of celebrating some of the greatest music of the 50s, 60s and 70s featuring hits of The Beatles, Everly Brothers, Cliff Richard and the Shadows, Elvis Presley and many others.

Fataar will evoke nostalgia when he plays the biggest hits of The Flames, the band that took the SA music scene by storm with in the 60s, with hits like Tell it like it is and Your Precious Love which topped the charts in 1968.

He later went on to tour the UK and US with the group, sharing the stage with the likes of the Beach Boys and others.

Steve says the music of The Flames has remained close to the hearts of fans locally and abroad and he is looking forward to re-living the magic on stage again.

“There isn’t a show I play when someone doesn’t ask me to play Your Precious Love,” he says.

While Fataar promises to play all the fan favourites, the show will also be an opportunity to bring to life other golden oldies that audiences have never heard him play before.

“There is going to be a few surprises that’s for sure. The 50s and 60s were incredible decades for music and there’s just a treasure chest of beautiful songs to dig into.”

It’s going to be a night of musical memories and one definitely not to be missed.

Steve Fataar’s Golden Oldies takes place at the Sibaya iZulu Theatre on 7 and 8 October at 8pm and 9 October at 3pm.

Tickets are R120 and are available from Computicket and Checkers.

- Supplied.

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