Band draws crowds with soulful tunes

2019-01-30 06:01

The Bloemfontein-based male band Anotha Level is billed to start the Month of Love on a high note by performing at the Windmill Casino.

Already making waves locally and elsewhere in the region, the band has established a reputation for performing soulful music.

Anotha Level will perform laid-back and entertaining tunes at a show on 9 February.

The group members are Emmanuel Campbell “Biza” on bass guitar and vocals, Bradley Oliphant “Bregato” on the keyboard and Jessé “DrumRboi” Opperman on the drums.

During their time of performing together, the band has garnered a considerable following of fans.

This boy band travels extensively, and has performed at venues in the Northern Cape, Free State and Gauteng.

The band won the Battle of the Bands competition in 2014 at the Flamingo Casino in Kimberley.

The band continues building on its successes, and draws local audiences with its uplifting mix of jazz, soul and R&B.

The band was started in 2011.

  • Tickets for the show at the Windmill Casino cost R100 per person. The show is set to start at 21:00.
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