Two music giants to perform at Crusaders!
Legendary country rocker Brian Finch is back in town and will perform at Northwood Crusaders Sports Club on Saturday, 21 October from 6pm.
Joining him on stage are long-time collaborators Dan Chiorboli on percussion and Wayne Coughlan on guitar.
A Northlands Old Boy, Finch will also be honoured at The Knights Circle of Valour Awards on 24 October, as the recipient of this year’s Music, Arts and Culture Award. These annual awards profile the success of former Beachwood, Northlands and Northwood pupils, who have achieved iconic status in a particular field of expertise.
The music kicks off at 6pm. Entrance is free and there is plenty of parking and seating.
Also performing at Crusaders this weekend as part of the weekly Soul Sunday Sessions on 22 October is Durban-born producer and songwriter Esjay Jones. Now based in Los Angeles, she is currently in South Africa to join multi-platinum selling band Alien Ant Farm on the first three shows of their upcoming tour.
Dubbed the ‘Charlize Theron of rock’, Esjay Jones cemented herself as one of the country’s top female rock vocalists ten years ago, fronting the hugely popular Durban band Stealing Love Jones.
Joining her at her free, one-off show at Crusaders are former band members Steve Murray, Andrew Makins, Jason Every and Ant Ellis, as well as a number of surprise guests and LA-based DJ, Shasta. Background music from 12 noon, with the first act up at 1pm.
Crusaders is at 10 Ranleigh Crescent at the bottom of Swapo Road/Broadway in Durban North.
For more information, contact 031 563 0824 or like the Soul Sunday Sessions Facebook page HERE.