The Tim Parr Band live at The Daisy Jones
PLEASE NOTE THE SHOW WILL NOW START AT 4PM due to the load shedding schedule!
Tim Parr is a Legend of SA Music and one of SA’s most accomplished singer/songwriters.
Tim has some incredible new songs and a “new “EP” in the pipeline which will feature his piano playing and will be released in late July along with a Nationwide Launch Tour starting in The Western Cape. The Tim Parr Band is looking forward to entertaining you with the new material as well as some of Tim’s timeless songs from the years past.
Live at The Daisy Jones bar, Summerhill Wines, R44, Stellenbosch
Sunday 10 October 2021
Doors open 2pm
Show starts 4pm
Tickets are R120 online or R150 at the door.
Food and drinks available at the venue.
Seating is on a first-come-first-serve basis.
Tim’s career and contribution to South African music is a significant one and there are exciting times ahead for South African music lovers and supporters of Tim Parr.
We look forward to seeing all South African music lovers at the Daisy Jones in Stellenbosch.
Let “The Revolution of the mind “begin.
No mask, no entry.
Covid-19 regulations to be adhered to.
We are also very excited to announce that the show will be live streamed on the Tim Parr Facebook page thanx to funding support from Concerts SA, the Norwegian Embassy, SAMRO, the SAMRO Foundation and IKS Cultural Consulting. Tune in anytime from 5pm
More on the artist:
Tim first came to national prominence in the southern-rock blues band Baxtop, where he shared guitar duties with Larry Amos in the Joburg club scene of 1976. Rising quickly to the top of the national circuit and winning the SABC battle of the bands, they recorded "Work it Out" for Warner Brothers in 1979, which remains an enduring SA classic. Tim then formed Ella Mental with Heather Mac, which was one of the iconic 80's bands to have a string of radio hits in South Africa playing many of the country’s top festivals. They relocated to Ireland in 1986 and recorded an album with producer Stewart Levine, who failed to capture the bands essence.
Tim then returned to South Africa to form the Zap Dragons who gigged hard throughout that emotional period in SA's history. His solo album "Still Standing" is a brilliant mix of country, pop, blues, soul and rock with the title track a firm favourite among SA audiences.
The common thread throughout all these projects has been Tim's expressive and soulful guitar playing, and unlike many guitarists his rhythm and textural playing is as distinctive as his lead guitar work.
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