One of the highest selling artists of all time, Kenny G has single-handedly made the saxophone a hit amongst music lovers.
Perhaps it is the raspy mid-tones of the saxophone that lend it an air of intimacy, or maybe it’s Read more
It’s been going since 1990, and Easter 2015 will be the 26th year for the Splashy Fen music festival.
I have yet to learn why the music event is called Splashy Fen, though I do believe that the farm it Read more
The small town of Northam in Limpopo Province comes to life every August. Technically it’s spring if you calculate that you are halfway between the winter solstice and the spring equinox and you don’t factor in seasonal lag, but Read more
No doubt the mysterious Frenchman’s greatest gift to the world musically has been “Ballad for Adeline.”
Composed by Paul de Senneville and Olivier Toussaint in 1976, the co-writers could never have imagined how big the song would become, because disco Read more
This is not a name that rolls off the tongue like Madonna or Michael Jackson or Elvis, but Albert Hammond has had an amazing music career anyway.
A native of the UK, he has done a considerable body of work Read more
The smash hit musical based on the music of those 4 Swedes (well, actually 3 Swedes and a half-Norwegian) returns to the Teatro at Montecasino in Johannesburg, for a limited season run from Tuesday 24 March 2015 to Sunday Read more
On 1 October the Lyric Theatre at Gold Reef City hosted Sipho ‘Hotstix’ Mabuse in concert. It’s been 30 years since his hit “Burnout” tore up the charts, and, according to the write-up for his show, 50 years since Read more
One of my favorite scenes from a movie is one in Notting Hill, with Julia Roberts and Hugh Grant. She is a famous actress, he the ordinary English gent that she has inadvertently fallen in love with. Read more