Blues Meets Rock has become a staple of the Cape Town music scene and has featured bands like Prime Circle, Pebbleman, The Back Cat Bones, and many more top Blues and Rock acts.
If you’ve been to any of the previous shows, then you might find yourself wondering how they plan on topping past shows. And the answer is simple; round up some of the best musicians in the country, put them all in one band, and have an All-Star Show!
- Jesse Jordan – Vocals
- Rayelle Goodman – Violin
- Beshara Ornellas – Vocals
- Wayne Pauli – Guitar
- Madmouth Mike – Harmonica
- Richard Pryor – Guitar
- Rob Stemmett – Bass
- Steph Nortje – Drums
- & The Mystery Guests
When: June 14
Where: Durbanville Golf Club
Sport Way, 7550 Cape Town, Western Cape
Cost: R100 at the Door
New to Blues Meets Rock
Rayelle Goodman is probably Southern Africa’s most versatile violinist. With 30 years’ experience in violin playing, a daringly creative personality
and an impressive national and international performance history, She brings another dimension to any collaboration.
International performance collaborations have included Josh Groban, with violinist Lucia Micarelli, folk legend Shawn Phillips, funky house band Ananda Project
and classical piano virtuoso Gabriela Montero. Rayelle Goodman was a founding member of both Freshlyground and Coda, dedicating two years to each band.
She has performed in many theatre productions including Andrew Lloyd Webber’s “Phantom of the Opera” (Artscape, 2004).
Beshara Ornellas is much more of an entertainer than simply just a singer.
She is well known for capturing her audience with her unforgettable vocal ability and personality.
Born to 70’s Rocker, Dave Ornellas from the band Hawk and Mom Loreta, Beshara came out screaming and has been using her voice to entertain people ever since.
On stage from the tender age of 11, Beshara has had the privilege of traveling the globe, singing for most of her life and feels she is only just getting started.
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