Lead vocals & guitar by Jeremy Olivier who is a world class singer and songwriter. He is a very skilled and accomplished guitarist and vocalist and has performed with many famous international and local artists. He currently has 6 singles playing on the radio at the moment, including ‘Serendipity” and ‘Look at us now”.
The female vocals are by Bev Scott-Brown who graduated top of her class in performance from Wits university Music school. She is a well-established gig artist in Cape Town, and has performed with well-known Cape Town bands for many years. Her style is along the lines of Norah Jones, Renee Olstead and Katie Melua in terms of genre. Bev always delivers a vocal performance that is honest, unaffected and eloquently understated.
Bass is by Shaun Johannes who has shared the stage with artists such as Johnny Clegg, Jonathan Butler, Katherine Jenkins, Loyiso Bala, Sibongile Khumalo and many more. He obtained a BMus (Cum Laude) and MMus in Performance and Dissertation from UCT’s college of music in 2010 and has countless performances under his belt from performing at festivals and many notable functions such as the opening of parliament in 2004/5 performing for Oprah Winfrey and Nelson Mandela.
Drums are by Frank Paco, also a UCT College of Music graduate, his impressive career includes highlights like the 46664 Mandela AIDS concert where he performed with many great international musicians, including the legendary band Queen, Bono of U2, Jimmy Cliff, Angelique Kidjo, Dave Stewart, Andrew Bonsu, Johnny Clegg, Brian May and Peter Gabriel. He has also sessioned on more than 40 albums, 10 of them having received awards and 4 nominated. He has also performed at countless festivals and events.
Keys/piano are performed by Andrew Ford who is well known and well respected on the South African jazz scene and performs regularly in and around Cape Town. He has been a conducter for various orchestras including The Cape Town Symphony Orchestra and has performed with many international artists including Katherine Jenkins, Ronnie Jordan, Opie Bellas, Holly Penfield and Janet Jackson,as well as with many local favorites such as Sibongile Khumalo, Louise Carver and Lloyd Cele. He is currently running The Nut House Recording Studios in Cape Town and has composed and produced more than 900 music sound tracks for cinema, radio and television.
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