Howie Combrink, Stuart Reece to bring tour to PE

2017-03-22 06:03
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BROTHERS in musical arms, Howie Combrink and Stuart Reece, will make a stop in Port Elizabeth as they travel together through the Western and Eastern Cape.

Combrink and Reece will be touring together for the first time after working together behind the scenes for a while.

Combrink’s latest single, Believe, released through RADA Unearthed in January this year, has received phenomenal success, topping SA radio charts across the country.

In addition to its high rotation airplay, the song reached the top spot on both 5FM and Jacaranda FM.

Reece has seen similar success with singles Silver Rocket Cadillac and Away Away charting on Algoa FM and Jacaranda FM.

He recently recorded his brand new single which is due for release soon. Combrink took to the producer and engineer seat for this particular single.

The two iconic musicians are incredibly excited for the tour and are ready to entertain fans.

“I’m super excited to be touring with Stuart on this tour. He has become a good friend of mine and I love his music. We have been chatting about touring for a few months now, so it’s exciting to know that it’s finally happening. We will be sure to give it our all and make sure each event is a night to remember,” Combrink said.

Reece agreed, saying, “As a performing artist, touring has always been a highlight of any year for me. This time I get to tour with some good mates which makes me even more excited. I’m looking forward to each and every show! See you guys on the road!”

Combrink and Reece will perform in Port Elizabeth on April 7 at The Music Kitchen in Newton Park. The show will start at 8pm. Tickets are R100 and bookings can be made on 041 364 1964.

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