Allan Wilson Shellhole, PMB
A Tribute to James Taylor and Carole King
Dave Starke and Too Bit Mncwango
SUNDAY 27 MAY 2018 2.00PM – PMB SUNDAY 27 MAY 2018 6.30PM - PMB
(Venues opens 90 minutes before show for picnics)
A slightly theatrical, mostly musical tribute to two of the foremost singer/songwriters of the 1960s. Take the butter-like voice of James Taylor that made famous songs like Carolina on My Mind, You Can Close Your Eyes, Sweet Baby James, Fire and Rain and Never Die Young and contrast it with the soulful, rich voice of Carole King in songs like So Far Away, Natural Woman, You’ve got a Friend and Will you Still Love Me Tomorrow. The result is mellow, emotional journey through the lives of these two friends and lovers, their music and their madness.
Brought to you by Dave Starke and Too Bit Mncwango, the show promises to be a powerful examination of these two timeless singers.
About the performers:
Dave Starke is a Cape Town-born guitarist and singer. Former frontman for acoustic rock band, Soulfire, he is now a full-time solo performer and composer. Dave appeared on the first season of The Voice South Africa and in addition to performing at theatres and weddings, he composes music for film and television.
Too Bit Mncwango is South African born singer who was educated in the USA. On her return to South Africa, she performed in High School Music South Africa. She is currently the vocalist in KZN corporate show band Brandy Bossa Nova.
R 150-00 a ticket
(R 130-00 Pensioners)
NOTE – Pensioner Discounts apply 1st weekend ONLY
Loyalty Card Holders (R 120-00)
Contact Roland for large group booking discounts – 20 or more
(Braais will be available should you wish to cook some meat – DBN ONLY)
Limited secure parking available Booking is essential.
Bar Available (no alcohol may be brought on to the premises)
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