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30 Sep 2010

Frank Paco & The CT Young Lions feat Rodrigo Galvao

Frank Paco will be hosting a World Jazz performance this Saturday 2nd of October, featuring a vibrant Brazilian Percussionist and the CT Young Lions who are emerging so fast into the limelight of Cape town's Jazz scene with their skillful performance.

Frank Paco(drums) - Performance with the band Queen backing artists such as Bono, Jimmy Cliff, , Angelique Kidjo, Dave Stewart, Andrews Bonsu, Johnny Clegg, Brian May, Peter Gabriel at 46664 concert.
Other concerts with: Jonathan Butler, Ronny Jordan, Miriam Makeba, Hugh Masekela, Jimmy Dludlu, VJR, Tucan Tucan, Loading Zone to name a few…

Rodrigo Galvao is co - founder member of Brazil and Australia's most sought after band "Samba Mundi".
He has vast drumming and percussion playing experience.

Darren English a Young Dynamic Trumpet Player who has studied in the Norwegian Music Academy and now at UCT, he is rising so fast as one of the best performers and making a name for himself in the Cape's Jazz Scene.
He has also performed at the Cape Town International Jazz Festival.

Hailing from Mozambique Helder Gonzaga  on Bass, has just returned from a Scandinavian Tour. He is a genius pulling the bass strings.

Nick Williams on Piano is one of the most Sought after Session Musician in the city, he also leads his own Jazz Trio.

Nathan Carolus on Guitar, has just performed extensively in the Middle East as well as in the local Jazz Scene.

The Rainbow Room at Mandela Rhode's Place, Cnr Church and Burg Streets.
Entrance to the building's parkade is in Burg Street

The show will commence at 8.30PM,Saturday 2 October 2010
Adm is R60.
Student Adm fee R40

For bookings at the Rainbow room please contact Sarah on 021 422 1428

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"Jazz and freedom go hand in hand. That explains it. There isn't any more to add to it. If I do add to it, it gets complicated. That's something for you to think about. You think about it and dig it. You dig it..." Thelonious Monk
"Jazz and freedom go hand in hand. That explains it. There isn't any more to add to it. If I do add to it, it gets complicated. That's something for you to think about. You think about it and dig it. You dig it..." Thelonious Monk

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