Vryheid band, Black Whiskey – ‘Everyone’s cup of tea’

Black Whiskey is Phillip Taylor, Estiaan Fritze and Kelvin Bland. Photo supplied.

Issued by C-Weed Entertainment Promotions

NOT to be missed at the weekly Soul Sunday Sessions at Northwood Crusaders Sports Club on July 9 is Black Whiskey, an energetic three-piece from Vryheid in Northern KZN.

Vryheid band Black Whiskey is everyone’s cup of tea! Catch them at Crusaders in Durban North on Sunday, 9 July and at this year’s White Mountain Festival which runs from 28 September to 1 October in the central Drakensberg. Photo supplied.

Fronted by Phillip Taylor, who is known for his charismatic stage presence, the band puts its own twist on some of your all-time favourite songs and mixes them up with original tracks to deliver a hugely entertaining live set. Simply put, Black Whiskey is everyone’s cup of tea!

Also on the bill is singer-songwriter Rox Baney, as well as hugely popular Durban acoustic duo The Kickstands.

Proving to be a popular way to spend a relaxing afternoon with friends and family, these weekly events are all about good music and fun times at a great local venue. At the same time, they also help to raise funds for Crusaders to continue developing sport in the community.

Proving to be a popular way to spend a relaxing afternoon with friends and family, the weekly Soul Sunday Sessions at Northwood Crusaders Sports Club are all about good music and fun times at a great local venue. Photo supplied.

Entrance is free and there is plenty of parking, as well as open and undercover seating if the weather doesn’t play along. Children welcome.

Crusaders is at 10 Ranleigh Crescent at the bottom of Swapo Road/Broadway in Durban North. Background music from 12 noon, with the first act up at 1pm.

For more information and the weekly artist line-ups, visit www.c-weed.com or contact 031 563 0824.

 

 

  AUTHOR
Elaine Rodway

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