VW sets the wheels rolling for Heather Waters’ National Tour

2016-07-27 06:00
Folk-rock artist, Heather Waters, is making a stop in PE on her national tour.     Photo: SUPPLIED

Folk-rock artist, Heather Waters, is making a stop in PE on her national tour. Photo: SUPPLIED

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AWARD-winning folk-rock artist, Heather Waters, is undertaking a nation-wide tour, and making a stop in Port Elizabeth on the way.

Touring in her 1975 VW Kombi, Waters has performed extensively throughout South Africa, Africa, Europe and the U.K. as well.

Her reputation as one of the top acoustic folk-rock artists precedes her.

Her music has been described as “ethereally captivating” and “bold and unflinching”.

With the release of her new album, “Castles and Towers”, two of Heather’s songs have been topping the South African charts since their release in January and her latest single, “Pick Daisies”, has not only spent the last 10 weeks in the Number 1 spot on Cape Town radio stations, but is also play-listed on many radio stations, both in South Africa and abroad.

Now, with the success of Pick Daisies, Volkswagen is mobilizing this fun and incredible artist for her 2016 national tour, celebrating Waters’ music and using the iconic VW Kombi as a tribute to the lifestyle that the new single “Pick Daisies” represents.

During the last decade, this prolific artist has won numerous awards, both locally and internationally and has worked with some of the country’s greatest engineers and producers, including multi-SAMA award winning producer Peter Pearlson.

Waters will be performing live at the Music Kitchen in Port Elizabeth on August 13.

The show will begin at 8pm.

Tickets are R100 per person and bookings can be made atwww.caferouxsessions.co.za.

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