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THE REALS - BARRY THOMSON, DAWN SELBY, JASON ANDREW & MALI SEWELL
Under the covers, lies each one of us. Each member of ‘The Reals’ has their own personality and personal musical taste which will be exposed in the exciting repertoire of the show. Expect to enjoy a new song selection from iconic rock artistes including Led Zeppelin, Steely Dan, Supertramp and Heart, with an interesting and ‘real’ creative twist. The Reals will be performing their original songs as well as telling interesting stories of the hidden truths behind the perceptions of `who did what and with whom....` (musically of course!). It’s all about The Reals being themselves.
THE REALS - BARRY THOMSON, DAWN SELBY, MALI SEWELL, JASON ANDREW WITH SHAUN DRAGT
The Traveling Wilburys happened by coincidence. It was never planned….. Over dinner with Jeff Lynne and Roy Orbison, George Harrison asked Jeff for his help to get a song together for his Cloud Nine solo album. Roy said he would like to come along and watch. They called Bob Dylan and asked if they could record in his garage studio. George went to fetch his guitar from Tom Petty who asked if he could also come along to the session. George wrote a little part for Roy to sing and thought he may as well involve Bob, Tom and Jeff. Trying to think of a song title, George saw a box in the studio and it was marked
THE REALS - BARRY THOMSON, MALI SEWELL, DAWN SELBY & JASON ANDREW.
‘Rock Guitar Legends’ pays tribute to some of the greatest guitar players of all time with the focus mainly on the classic rock guitarists of the 60s, 70s, and 80s eras. The show features a variety of guitar styles ranging from Hank Marvin to Jimi Hendrix. Also highlighted are the distinctive playing styles and sounds of Eric Clapton, Mark Knopfler (Dire Straits), Stevie Ray Vaughan, Jimmy Page (Led Zeppelin) and Slash (Guns ‘n Roses).
THE REALS - BARRY THOMSON, MALI SEWELL, DAWN SELBY, JASON ANDREW AND SHAUN DRAGT.
Paying tribute to the music of Mark Knopfler and his band Dire Straits. Dire Straits was a British rock band formed in 1977 by Mark Knopfler (lead vocals and lead guitar) and his younger brother David Knopfler. Their sound was influenced by a variety of musical styles including jazz, folk and blues, and contrasted with the prominence of punk rock during their early years. Their more conventional sound appealed to modern audiences weary of the overproduced stadium rock of the 1970s.
THE REALS- Barry Thomson, Mali Sewell, Dawn Selby & Jason Andrew.
Who would know that an unknown album from an unknown artist in 1970 (Rodriguez) would become a huge phenomenon in South Africa? This musical tribute to Rodriguez’s music is performed by Barry Thomson and ’The Reals’ with Musical Director Dawn Selby on keyboards and percussion, Mali Sewell on drums and vocals, and Jason Andrew on bass guitar and vocals.
THE REALS - BARRY THOMSON, DAWN SELBY, JASON ANDREW & MALI SEWELL WITH MARION LOUDON
This year marks the 51st anniversary of the legendary Woodstock festival which took place from 15th to 18th August 1969 on Max Yasgur`s 600 acre dairy farm in the New York town of Bethel. The `Rolling Stone` magazine listed Woodstock as ‘one of the 50 Moments that changed the history of rock and roll`. we celebrate the 51st anniversary of the three days of peace and music of ‘Woodstock`.
Watch audio visual excerpts from Woodstock and dress up in Woodstock hippie style for a fun experience with ‘The Reals’. Post your DRESS UP pics on the Rhumbelow Facebook page to win some fun prizes.
BARRY THOMSON, JASON ANDREW & MARION LOUDON
Ever noticed how often a great song gets drowned out by the noise that comes from over production in a studio? Join Durbanites Barry Thomson, Jason Andrew & Marion Loudon as they get back to the root of what makes a great song and give the melody and lyrics space to shine.
BARRY TOMSON, JASON ANDREW & DAWN SELBY
Laurel Canyon wasn`t much to look at. A few modest bungalows and log cabins crammed between an occasional faded mansion that had been left over from the days when it was a secluded, semi-rural retreat for Hollywood`s silent-movie stars. And yet from the quiet of the densely wooded canyon came a music revolution that would change popular culture.