A Father’s Day celebration with The Breeze
Sun Jun 20, 13:00 - Sun Jun 20, 18:00
The Daisy Jones, Summerhill Wines, R44, Stellenbosch
Good day music fans,
We regret to inform you that due to Covid-19 related reasons the Father's Day Show with The Breeze has been postponed to a later date. We do apologise for the short notice.
Your tickets will be refunded, please check your emails for a mail from Quicket with details. If you bought a ticket via any other payment method other than credit card you will just have to provide them with your bank account details in order for the refund to be processed.
We hope you find something else to do to celebrate Father's Day and we will see you at the next show.
If you have any issues or queries please email [email protected]
Kind regards and stay safe.
The Daisy Jones Team
Rob Nagel the father of SA blues, Robin Auld the father of SA surf rock and Michael Canfield the father of the boogie join forces to bring you THE BREEZE.
They will be rocking The Daisy Jones bar on Sunday 20 June.
Doors open 1pm
Show starts at 3pm
Limited tickets available: R120 online at Quicket or R150 at the door
Food and drinks available at the venue.
No mask, no entry.
Covid-19 regulations to be adhered to.
More on each artist:
Robin Auld is one of South Africa's top musicians. A plethora of self-penned hits in the 80's, a career in London for over a decade and the experience of a thousands of gigs have honed Robin into one of the finest singer/songwriter/guitarists South Africa has produced.
He is joined by South African Blues royalty in Rob Nagel, the Big Bass Man from the legendary Blues Broers. He first heard the blues on a Chess Records compilation, including Muddy Waters, Sonny Boy Williamson and Little Walter. He stopped picking cotton, and immersed himself in the intricacies of the blues harmonica. Touring Europe, and America, he amassed a huge blues record collection and frequented countless sleazy blues clubs. He has been playing bass and harmonica for almost 3 decades with anyone who shares the passion.
Rounding out the trio is SA's own American import, Michael Canfield.
Michael has played with some of the biggest names in rock and roll, from Chuck Berry and Bo Diddley through to Paul Simon, Billy Idol and Bob Dylan, in a career spanning more than five decades. He’s done the Grammy’s, the Oscars and busked in the streets of New York City. In South Africa he’s worked with everyone from Johnny Clegg to Boeremusiek legends Radio Kalahari Orkes, to The Black Cat Bones.