Music revelry at Rainbow Tickets cost R60 perperson. Doors open at 1pm and the performance will last until 9pm. andgt;andgt;

2015-09-24 06:00
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Shabalala Rhythm, led by Sibongiseni Shabalala (second left) will entertain you on Sunday at the Rainbow Restaurant in Pinetown.

PHOTO: supplied Shabalala Rhythm, led by Sibongiseni Shabalala (second left) will entertain you on Sunday at the Rainbow Restaurant in Pinetown.

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GLOBETROTTING maskandi outfit, Shabalala Rhythm is to entertain music lovers at the Rainbow Restaurant andamp; Jazz Club in Pinetown this Sunday, starting at 1pm.

Musical talent comes no finer than that from the Shabalala family from Durban, as Sibongiseni Shabalala now steps into his father’s shoes to lead Ladysmith Black Mambaso, who is at the core of Shabalala Rhythm.

Shabalala Rhythm began in 1998 and after writing tracks Ubuhle Bakho and Intombi Ingalile, Durban guitarist Maqhinga Radebe was called to join the group, and later that year their first album was released and since then the band has gone from strength to strength performing nationally and internationally.

In a press release, Rainbow Restaurant co-owner Neil Comfort described the band’s shows as “high energy” and “very slick productions”.

“Supporters of the band know they can expect a fantastic event and new followers will be swept up by their precision and interpretation of the Maskanda style,” he said.

The concert is supported by Concerts SA, a joint South African-Norwegian project that receives financial, administrative and technical support from the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Samro and Concerts Norway.

By engaging with musicians, promoters, venue owners and audiences, the project aims to stimulate live music in South Africa by finding and implementing ways to create regular, sustainable performance platforms.

Concerts SA also aims to develop an interest in and appreciation of live music by hosting performances and conducting workshops at schools.

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