A tribute to Springsteen

2017-07-19 06:00

THE Black Lapels return to the Hexagon Theatre on July 21 and 22 at 7.30 pm, after their sell-out CCR performance in 2016.

Armed with a gifted skill set in the form of Rob and Garth Warren, Chris Melling, Luke Wyngaard, and introducing guitarist and vocalist Gary Nixon, the Bruce Springsteen tribute show will work its magic, transporting you through a retrospective catalogue of poetic lyrics, Americana and a blistering selection of commercially accessible working-class rock.

Starting with Springsteen and the E Street Band’s breakthrough album Born to Run, the Black Lapels build an unforgettable performance over two 40-minute sets that traverses through a landscape of true Springsteen classics.

So, slide into your iconic white, rolled-up T-shirt, trusted blue denim jeans, stash that bandana in the back pocket and join the guys for an evening that was born to rock.

If you would like to win tickets to the show on Friday, visit the Fever’s Facebook page to enter.

There are two sets of double tickets to be won.

Tickets are available at webtick
ets.co.za — Supplied.

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