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Monday, December 12, 2016


The nationally famous tribute band The Black Lapels perform in Pietermaritzburg tomorrow (December 13) to join in celebrating the end of the year at Maritzburg Musicians Club's last show for 2016, next week Tuesday 13 December.

The Black Lapels have fast become one of Durban’s most sought-after bands. With Rob Warren, Garth Warren, Gareth Gale and Luke Wyngaard, their slick, energetic shows have seen them playing sold-out tribute shows, corporate events, rock shows, weddings and their one-of-a-kind original music shows. The demand for the band is built upon their passion for what they do, their musicality and diversity, the connection between the band members and their connectivity with the audience.

One can expect to see tributes to Credence Clearwater Revival, Paul Simon, Chuck Berry and Johnny Cash with The Black Lapels showcasing their broad repertoire.

Francis Chesco, a post-graduate of the Drama department at UKZN will be opening with some interesting new sounds on acoustic guitar and didgeridoo.

Doors open at 19h00. Entrance R40 and a nutritious meal will be on offer. The home of the Maritzburg Musicians Club, La Casa (formerly The Red Door) is situated in Quarry Road, off Victoria Road, in Pietermaritzburg. Car guards on duty. More information from Roger O’Neill on 083 230 6562