Ezra Lingeveldt is a South African artist who plays Jazz, Pop, Reggae, R&B, Blues, Rock. He has played at Meerendal wine estate, Grandwest casino, Ferrymans bar and Restaurant waterfront, Arabella Sheraton hotel, Galileo open air cinema’s, Tigers Milk ( Stellenbosch), The Roundhouse Restaurant (Camps Bay). He also performed in the Middle East for 10 years at 7 star and 5 Hotels, Emirates Palace (Uae) Intercontinental Hotel, Oryx Rotana (Qatar), J A Hotel, Pullman Hotel (Dubai).

Achievements: Recording Artist with Song BMG, SA Idols 5th runner up; SAMA award (South African Music Award)winner for Theme song for Big brother)

James Cross

James Cross is a musician/songwriter that has a unique perspective on creating music. He describes his music as Country/Pop/Rock.

He was born in Durban, moved around South Africa and finally settled in Melkbosstrand on the West Coast at age 8. At age fifteen his father gave him the option to either pursue sport or music and he chose music. He got his first guitar for Christmas that year and spent day in and day out playing. He says “I found a joy for creating music I’ve never experienced before and learned to play the guitar in less than a month. I started playing on stage at age 16 with my fellow musician friends and started my first band that same year. Nothing brings me more joy in this world than creating music. There is no better and more fulfilling feeling in the world.”

A relative new comer to the Cape Town music scene, he has a fresh sound that’s authentic, pure and real. With a fresh new sound, he believes in creating a pure acoustic sound from scratch. James uses no looping pedals or backing tracks. His sound is created on the spot.

His sound is a unique modern acoustic sound, which he describes as “acoustic music with folk and pop influences.”

Dan Shout

Dan Shout is a respected, sought-after saxophonist based in Cape Town, South Africa. He has performed in over 30 countries across five continents with the likes Johnny Clegg (SA), Winston Mankunku (SA), Maria Schneider (USA), Gordon Vernick (USA), Paul Booth (UK), Dave O’ Higgins (UK), Steve Waterman (UK), AJ Brown (UK), Dan Whieldon (UK), Frode Nymo (NO) and Per Thornberg (SWE) to name a few.

Some of his career highlights include performing at the Guinness Cork Jazz Festival (Ireland), North Sea Jazz Festival in the Hague (Netherlands), the Montreal Jazz Festival (Canada), the Soccer World Cup (Germany), Rugby World Cup (France), Nelson Mandela’s 46664 Concert at Ellis Park (Johannesburg), for the Prince & Princess at the Monaco Opera House (Monaco), Victoria Jazz Club in Oslo (Norway), Wigan International Jazz Festival (England), the Edinburgh International Jazz & Blues Festival (Scotland), on Bastille Day in Bastille, Paris (France) and for President Zuma’s Inauguration at the Union Buildings in Pretoria (South Africa).

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Kai Liam Connor

Kai Connor is a 28-year-old singer/guitarist from Cape Town. He has been playing music and writing songs since his childhood years, which grew into an amazing talent and product that sets him aside from the rest. His strong male vocals along with his acoustic guitar skills have carried him into being one of the most popular acts in Cape Town. He impresses all audiences that he plays for and has a loyal and ever growing fan-base that support his music. He could be described as an acoustic rock/laid back artist, covering songs of all genres, but always putting his own twist into the songs, which is what makes his act different and pleasing to listen to!

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