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The Farm Village, Noordhoek, 270 Chapman`s Peak Drive.

Wed 18 May – FINTRY (The Amazing Blundells) + Reini Adelbert

Venue: Café Roux, The Farm Village, Noordhoek.

Address: 270 Chapman`s Peak Drive.

Tickets: R120.00

Time: Dinner from 19h00. Show from 20h30.

Bookings: go to www.caferouxsessions.co.za or book at www.webtickets.co.za

Contact for enquiries: info@caferoux.co.za / 021 789 2538

Proudly sponsored by: The Wolftrap WineFINTRY (The Amazing Blundells) a unique Sibling Band consisting of Caroline,(vocals, guitar) Julie (vocals, bass guitar) and Jonny Blundell, (vocals, guitar). Seasoned professionals, they grew up making music together as a family, led by their well- known father Keith Blundell. Over the years they have performed widely in folk and music festivals and venues, and also on TV and radio. They have performed individually and together in many different bands in different genres, primarily acoustic, with strong Celtic influences, and the blues. After a recent break, they have come together with renewed energy and a new acoustic focus. Expect a varied programme of original material, with great harmonies and guitar work.

 

Thursday 19 May – Native Young

Venue: Café Roux, The Farm Village, Noordhoek.

Address: 270 Chapman`s Peak Drive.

Tickets: R100.00

Time: Dinner from 19h00. Show from 20h30.

Bookings: go to www.caferouxsessions.co.za or book at www.webtickets.co.za

Contact for enquiries: info@caferoux.co.za / 021 789 2538

Proudly sponsored by: The Wolftrap Wine

 

With members stretching from Khayelitsha to Spain – Native Young is an indie 4 piece collective that hosts a menagerie of musical talent and eclectic taste. “This project is about returning to the grass roots of pop, it’s about the melodic core, raw African rhythm and simple storytelling” explains Yannick, “it’s this simplicity that has provided us with a vehicle for deeper cultural exploration both musically and spiritually.

Friday 20 May – James Stewart

Venue: Café Roux, The Farm Village, Noordhoek.

Address: 270 Chapman`s Peak Drive.

Tickets: R110.00

Time: Dinner from 19h00. Show from 20h30.

Bookings: go to www.caferouxsessions.co.za or book at www.webtickets.co.za

Contact for enquiries: info@caferoux.co.za / 021 789 2538

Proudly sponsored by: The Wolftrap Wine

There are few acclaimed musicians, singers, songwriters, producers and astute business minds that have the luxury of labelling themselves ‘late developers’ when, in reality, they’ve already achieved more than most will in an entire band’s collective lifetime.In the case of Cape Town born-and-raised James Stewart, he not only fits the description to a T, he most likely helped trademark the mould. That’s just how considered the Franschhoek-based, Emmy-nominated, multi SAMA award winning, chart topping creative patently is.Labelling himself humbly and austerely a ‘musician’, James has spent the better part of his music career hell-bent on delivering seminal songs, most of which have enjoyed extended periods of times hugging the very tops of the South African and capturing hearts and minds around the world. Premillennial, The Usual created Number One hits and immortal classics the likes of “The Shape That I’m in” and “Like A Vision”. Signed to Street Level, James’ own label, BMG Records (now SONY) soon came snooping, and the partnership carved a place in our collective aural subconscious that continues to resonate today.

Saturday 21 May – Louise Day.

Venue: Café Roux, The Farm Village, Noordhoek.

Address: 270 Chapman`s Peak Drive.

Tickets: R100.00

Time: Dinner from 19h00. Show from 20h30.

Bookings: go to www.caferouxsessions.co.za or book at www.webtickets.co.za

Contact for enquiries: info@caferoux.co.za / 021 789 2538

Proudly sponsored by: The Wolftrap Wine

 

“You don’t choose the Music, Music chooses you.”

So says Louise Day, South African folk/pop singer and songwriter from Cape Town. Extremely talented and personable, Louise is a busy musician, juggling a recording and performance schedule that involves sharing the stage with some of South Africa’s top musicians as well as regular solo gigs. Her smooth and pure voice, unique blend of pop and folk music, compelling song writing and frequent collaborations with the big names of South African music make her a popular local player.

 

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