Majozi back in Greytown

2016-03-23 06:00


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FOLLOWING on his last sell-out performance in Greytown, Majozi is back and will be at the Beehive on Sunday 3 April with rising star, Ruby Gill of Pietermaritzburg.
The concert has been organised as a fund-raiser for the Red House at Khayalami and the Letcee feeding scheme. Tickets R100 each with children under 10 free.
Take along a picnic and blanket and sit, relax and enjoy a special Sunday listening to these two uniquely and proudly South African artists.
A cash bar will be available and Wembley JP will be selling boerewors rolls.

At the age of 13, Majozi taught himself to play the guitar, which led to him studying music - a foundation course in jazz and popular music, at the University of KwaZulu- Natal. He literally wears his heart on his sleeve with his tattoos covering his arms – dedications to Jesus and his mother, both of whom inspire the music he writes.

Majozi describes his music as “Indie-rock” with influences of electro. His first EP, Marvelous Light, made it to number nine overall on the South African itunes chart, number one in singer-songwriter category and he has produced many South African hits.

Ruby is described as “a refreshing voice in the South African landscape”.
From Pietermaritzburg she burst onto the music scene and brought a unique and stunning ability to write and perform original material in a beautiful way. Now 19, Ruby released her first song at 14. Her follow-on album, To Risk our Hearts, was released in 2013.

Tickets available from Louise Yeadon on 083 308 1732.

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