#MANGROVELIVESESSIONS x Peanut Butter and Jam Session

Sat Apr 10, 19:00 - Sat Apr 10, 22:00


R8 presold 

R100 at the door 

PBandJ is not your typical jazz band. It is an upbeat and danceable

jazz combo that offers a unique blend of performance background

and musical ability that is sure to engage the crowd. Their music is

new to some but will be enjoyable for all. PBandJs goal is to provide

a musical experience that you will not get anywhere else. With a

blend of instruments and personalities, they are able to achieve a

magical experience every time.

In existence since 2019, PBandJ is a 4 piece ensemble that features

some of the best musicians in the country. PBandJ writes and

composes its own music, music that puts taps on your toes and

smiles on your faces.

Drummer Lungile Kunene is reserved but seasoned. Having

Played on innumerable stages across the country as well as

internationally alongside the likes of Thandiswa Mazwai.

Timekeeper of the PBandJs collective, selflessly providing his

Resources, his contribution to this movement is highly


Original member of the band Kwani Experience, Gontse

Makhene on percussions, can elevate any groove to

unchartered sonic terrains. A jam without Gontse can be

enjoyable however a jam with Gontse on percussion is

intoxicating and memorable.

Vocalist and guitarist Tubatsi Mpho Moloi draws you in with his

unique voice and sound influenced by blues, jazz and African

folk. His music asks the audience to be open-minded and

exploratory as he brings a collaboration of sound and genre in

creating an authentic fusion folk sound.

Member of The Brother Moves On, bass player Ayanda

Zalekile brings soul the band. You get hypnotized by watching

him play making you enjoy the performance more and never

removing your eyes from the stage. The fun he has on stage is

contagious making the performance more enjoyable and


Additional information

Refund policy No refunds


#MANGROVELIVESESSIONS x Peanut Butter and Jam Session
2 De Beer St, Johannesburg, 2000
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