Vryheid was goed verteenwoordig by Fantasia.
According to frontman of Bridge6, George Fritze, Terrors is still under construction, as it were. However, if this sample is anything to go by, patient fans will be in for a mind-blowing aural indulgence when the completed track is released.
Congratulations to local talent, Lumka Mlambo, who won the Jack Daniels Scout competition.
Learning to play a musical instrument is beneficial to both body and mind and studies have shown that it helps reduce stress, improve focus, and improve cognitive ability. Further studies have shown that children who learn to play a musical instrument are more likely to excel in academics, achieving higher grades, scoring better on tests, having better attendance records and being more active in community affairs than other students.
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!
LOCAL rugby fans, still reeling from Vryheid Rugby Club’s magnificent championship win, were in for a further treat.
Vryheid Round Table’s Red Rock Rage event: Gates open at 6pm and the band will play from 8pm. For bookings or enquiries, contact Mario on 082 806 1376.
“Thank you all,” stated pub owner, Dee van der Merwe. “We love you all and are so grateful for the amazing support of the community. Thank you from the bottom of my heart to the bands and for what you have done for Dee’s.”
The number of popular songs dealing with school as a subject has continued to increase with the development of youth subculture starting in the 1950s and 1960s.
A young woman with rhythm and a lot of soul local vocalist, Sphiwe ‘Sletsi’ Nzuza, recently released a track many locals are raving about.
The 63 year-old said that she needed time to spend with her grandchildren as she is getting older.