Gimme Shelter: A Night of Rolling Stones Music at The Daisy Jones
They are the world’s longest-running rock ‘n’ roll band and arguably one of the most influential bands of all time. Four of Cape Town’s top rock artists have decided to pay homage to The Rolling Stones and have been performing to sold out crowds all over the Western Cape.
Stones followers can expect to hear all their favourites, like ‘Jumpin’ Jack Flash’, ‘Honky Tonk Woman’ and ‘Wild Horses’ and even a few they’ve never heard before.
Saturday 27 March
The Daisy Jones Bar, Summerhill Wines, R44, Stellenbosch
Doors open at 17h00
Show starts at 19h30
Early Bird - R120 until 10 March at 12pm
Normal tickets - R150
“They blew my mind when I heard them in 1994, and I must have played that tape (back in the day we bought music on tape...) all day, every day,” says bassist Wouter Reyneke.
To drummer Jean Marais, his first experience with ‘Gimme Shelter’ was one of ‘somewhat contentment in the ominous melody of the intro, rooted in the uneasiness we all sometimes have to face’.
Probably the biggest Stones fan in the group is guitarist Jacques Groenewald (Jake Gunn). “The Stones were the first band to grab my attention at a very young age. Two guitar players complementing each other, or ‘the ancient form of weaving’, as Keith and Ronnie call it.
In the end it’s all just rock ‘n’ roll… but I like it.”
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