Fresh from being Musical Director on IDOLS 10 and releasing his EP the "5th Story" RJ Benjamin will be hosting a FREE workshop on Saturday 31 January in conjunction with Music Exchange and Paul Bothner Music in Claremont The Title of the Workshop is Understanding Your Voice: Tips And Tools Of The Trade. RJ has coached Lira, Naak Musiq (well known singer in the house fraternity), Tumi Masemola (Lead singer of Gang Of Instrumentals) and Vusi Nova as well as doing vocal production (in studio vocal coaching) for artists such as Danny K, Vicky Sampson and current Idols winner Vincent Bones. Speaking to RJ from Johannesburg he remarked" that it is important to give back to the industry I love ,I am in town for the CanSkylark shows at Roxy Review bar ,I sing the song "So High in the show with Can. The program Music Exchange must be one of the leading events in SA and I have been involved for the last 2 conferences, (the conference is in its 5th year this year ) and these series of workshops are important to me as they will give attendants practical take home tips to apply to their voice . It will be from 10 -12 noon with plenty of time for questions. Please phone - 021 674 4030 to book or email email@example.com Author: Martin Myers from Music Exchange. More Info link: http://musicexchange.co.za Twitter: musicexchangeSA Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/musicexchangesa?ref=bookmarks Images: For high res version/s of One image/s please contact: Music Exchange. R J Benjamin Photo: Martin Myers CLICK HERE to submit your press release to MyPR.co.za. . . .
Feeling Suck? 3LEVEN11 Personal Coaching Insists that You Achieve Your Greatest Potential Regrettably, many accept their lives that are unfulfilled and unsatisfying. Why not, its easier, after-all procrastination keeps them stalling and dreaming. Anxiety about failure is their greatest threat. Personal Branding & Life Coaching helps you reach your best potential and helps you act now. Cape Town, Western Cape — January 11, 2015 - 3LEVEN11 | Personal Branding, Life & Career Coaching, helps you reinvent yourself by staying true to yourself. If you are feeling stuck and pessimistic about life, you should honestly ask yourself if this is truly how you saw yourself at this point in your life. Moreover, you should re-evaluate what you have been doing wrong and seriously consider re-positioning yourself. This is where Personal Branding & Life Coaching can assist you become more. However, the first step is for you to take accountability and responsibility of your present day reality. By not acknowledging your current situation, you are denying your true authentic self and therefore creating boundaries and limitations for yourself. The art of personal coaching is to bring-out the best of you and help you realise that you too can reach your goals, regardless of your debilitating fear and feelings of unworthiness. You may be reading this and thinking, ‘this is true, I am a little like that’. The question is…are you going to put-off this new awareness as well? Granted, telling a person suffering from chronic procrastination to just get-on with it, is like telling an extremely depressed individual to snap-out of it. Procrastination and depression do hand in hand. You procrastinate because you are not motivated or inspired to move forward and this instigate depression. But why, why do we put things off, particularly those aspects that greatly impact our lives? Is it, perhaps because we do not know who we are, what our talents are or our purpose in life? . . .
Just Jinjer are one of the biggest rock band exports in South African history, having sold more than a quarter of a million albums to date. Their power and alluring appeal is fueled by a well-honed and heartfelt musicality, with commitment to communication on a genuine emotional and cerebral level. They produce music that touches the heart, body, mind and soul and carry a dedication to their musical mission that is virtually unstoppable. The band is made up of Ard Matthews on vocals and guitar, Denholm Harding on Bass Guitar and Brent Harris on Drums. Sunday 7th of December at Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden. Rhodes Drive, Newlands, Cape Town Gates open 16h00, Concerts start 17h30 and end at 19h00 Entrance charge: Adults: R135, Youth (6-21 years with ID): R100, BotSoc members (with card): R120 Bookings: www.webtickets.co.za or call 0217612866 Contact details: Concert info: 021 799 8783 Twitter: @KirstenboschNBG Facebook: Kirstenbosch Summer Sunset Concerts Author: Jessica Miller from Hippo Communications. More Info link: http://www.sanbi.org.za Images: For high res version/s of One image/s please contact: Hippo Communications. CLICK HERE to submit your press release to MyPR.co.za. . . .
It’s almost a tradition to start the New Year off with the sounds of the acclaimed Gugulethu Tenors, and this year Saturday 3 January, 2015 sees them grace the stage again. A household name in South Africa since the release of their self-titled debut album in 2011 these four lads have the sort of voices that are like melted chocolate, mellifluous and more-ish! Contemporary and subtle ethnic elements have made Afro – Opera loved by everyone both here and internationally. Gugulethu Tenors: Saturday 3 January 2015: Adults – R80 / Youth (age 6 to 18)– R40 / Children under 6 years enter for free Gates open to concert goers at 18h00, Concerts starts at 19h00 – gates close at 21h30 Author: Jessica Miller from Hippo Communications. Images: For high res version/s of One image/s please contact: Hippo Communications. CLICK HERE to submit your press release to MyPR.co.za. . . .
Just after Christmas, on Sunday 28 December, Afrikaans singer and actor Anthonie Bougas will add a little more soul to the scene. Anthonie Bougas: Sunday 28 December 2014: Adults – R80 / Youth (age 6 to 18) – R40 / Children under 6 years enter for free Gates open to concert goers at 18h00, Concerts starts at 19h00 – gates close at 21h30 How to book: Phone 028 272 9311 and bring ID for verification or buy tickets ahead of time at the Harold Porter National Botanical Garden entrance. Author: Jessica Miller from Hippo Communications. Images: For high res version/s of One image/s please contact: Hippo Communications. CLICK HERE to submit your press release to MyPR.co.za. . . .
Opening the season on Saturday 20 December is the enormously popular Delft Big Band. In five short years this band has proved that when given a chance young people from disadvantaged communities can reach great heights. From never handling an instrument or reading music the achievements are nothing short of phenomenal. In 2013 the band toured France at the invitation of the French Government, and performed to standing ovations wherever they appeared. Since then two tours of Sweden, performances at the Liverpool Brouhaha Festival, Edinburgh Jazz and Blues Festival and for Prince Charles and Camilla, to whom they were personally introduced, has seen them embraced the world over. Under the dedicated tutelage of much loved professional musician and trumpeter, Ian Smith, this musical miracle has been achieved. In terms of musical excellence, the band is truly astounding. It is not just an enthusiastic bunch of youngsters playing well-known charts. It is a driving, pitch perfect big band, that can hold its own on any platform. This is proof positive of the enthusiasm and dedication of the band members. It is a story of success with several of the musicians taking up the profession as performers and teachers, scholarships to overseas institutions have been awarded and some have enrolled at the UCT College of Music to further their musical studies. Go to www.delftbigband.co.za. • Delft Big Band Saturday 20 December 2014 • Adults – R80 / Youth (age 6 to 18) – R40 / Children under 6 years enter for free • Gates open to concert goers at 18h00, Concerts start at 19h00 – gates close at 21h30 • How to book: Phone 028 272 9311 and bring ID for verification or buy tickets ahead of time at the Harold Porter National Botanical Garden entrance. Author: Charlene Key from HIPPO Communications.com. More Info link: http://http://www.sanbi.org/events Images: For high res version/s of One image/s please contact: HIPPO Communications.com. CLICK HERE to submit your press . . .
Cape Town, 14 November 2014: Join Heart 104.9FM’s Heart Breakfast host Aden Thomas, Heart Breakfast Sports anchor Tapfuma Makina and #Drive326 host Suga as they broadcast the All Star show live between 12h00 and 15h00 from the Race Village at V&A Waterfront at the Volvo Ocean Race on Saturday, 15 November 2014. The Volvo Ocean Race is the world’s premier offshore race where 7 teams battle it out across 3 873 thousand nautical miles over the space of nine months, stopping over at 11 ports including Alicante, Abu Dhabi, Auckland and the Mother City. Join the Heart 104.9FM team at The Race Village where the action packed In Port Races will take place between 14h00 and 15h00. The village will be a hive of entertainment with a variety of activities for both young and old to enjoy. The little ones can look forward to face painting, balloon sculpting and spray on tattooing at the Children’s Playground outside the Amphitheater. The All Star show will kick off with, Aden Thomas at 12h00, Tapfuma Makina will move in behind the microphone at 13h00 while #Drive326 host Suga will wrap things up between 14h00 and 15h00. Come and say hi and tune in! For more information log onto www.1049.fm, follow /Heart1049.FM and @Heart1049FM Issued by Unity Ruiters Heart 104.9FM Public Relations and Communications Tel: 021 406 8900/ 082 392 6006 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Author: Unity Ruiters from Heart 104.9FM. More Info link: Twitter: www.twitter.com/Heart1049FM Facebook: www.facebook.com/Heart104.9FM Images: For high res version/s of None image/s please contact: Heart 104.9FM. Photo: Photo: Photo: YouTube: CLICK HERE to submit your press release to MyPR.co.za. . . .
Cape Town, Friday 07 November 2014: With just over a month to go before Christmas, Heart 104.9FM, Game and Newkidz On The Block will be writing a Toy Story for the Cape’s kids in need – by delivering toys to children across the city. You can help make a difference by giving a toy this Christmas and bring joy to a child. Buy a new toy in store at Game and drop it in the on-site display boxes. Newkidz On The Block - a non-profit organisation which helps establish loving homes for orphans, vulnerable and destitute children – with Heart 104.9FM will distribute the toys to hospitals, orphanages, safe homes and other child protection institutions throughout the festive season. Fans are also able to meet their favourite Heart 104.9FM DJ’s at Game stores. This Saturday, 8 November 2014, we kick off with Irma G at the Parow branch between 11:00 and 14:00. One of South Africa’s newest talents Jarrad Ricketts, lead singer of Jarrad and the Pedestrians, will be joining Irma G on the day. Tyrone Paulsen is Toy Story 2014’s new ambassador and will be visiting stores and accompany toy drop offs. For more information on the Toy Story campaign, participating stores and DJ appearances log onto www.1049.fm/toystory and follow us on Facebook: @Heart104.9FM or Twitter: @Heart1049FM NOTE TO EDITORS: • The final chapter of Toy Story will take place on Thursday 18 December 2014, when a cavalcade will make its way to the Red Cross Children’s Hospital to deliver toys. More information will be made available closer to the event. • The name “Toy Story” is the intellectual property of Disney Pixar, and is used under licence. For more information contact: Unity Ruiters Heart 104.9FM Public Relations and Communications Tel: 021 406 8900 Cell: 082 392 6006 Author: Unity Ruiters from Heart 104.9FM. More Info link: http://www.1049.fm/toystory Twitter: @Heart1049FM Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Heart104.9FM Images: For high res version/s of One image/s please . . .
Area history Located to the east of the Cape Town CBD on the lower slopes of Devil’s Peak, the suburb of Woodstock boasts panoramic views of the harbour. The area where the suburb is situated was once inhabited by the Khoikhoi until the arrival of the Dutch settlers in the 1600s. In 1692, the Dutch established three freehold farms in the region and the area become known as Papendorp, after Pieter van Papendorp, a settler who arrived in the area during the mid-eighteenth century. After the railway line was built halfway through the nineteenth century, Woodstock became a popular coastal suburb featuring seaside cottages and beaches stretching to the Castle of Good Hope. Although briefly called New Brighton, the area was officially named Woodstock in 1867 following a vote of the residents at the Woodstock Hotel. Following the subdivision of the old farms in area for low cost housing in 1870, Woodstock began to rapidly expand and attract large numbers of people. So much so, that by 1884, not even a year after becoming a separate municipality, Woodstock had become the third largest settlement in the country. Industry in the area began to flourish during the First and Second Anglo-Boer Wars as massive demand for supplies flowed in from the British troops. This changed the nature of the suburb as more and more industrial activity ensued. In 1879, the Woodstock Glass Factory was opened, manufacturing the first glass made on South African soil. The loss of the beach due to land reclamation in the 1950s and the ever increasing industry in the area, led to the suburb moving away from its seaside resort status. In the second half of the twentieth century the lower parts of Woodstock became dilapidated however, following a program to rejuvenate parts of the area, Woodstock has once again become a popular area in which live and work. Woodstock has transformed into a vibrant urban environment with many trendy spots frequented by the locals. The area successfully blends . . .
Hays’ World Help2Read Benefit hosted by Auriol Hays, joined by Dr Darren Green, Dirty Funk, Flamenco Dancer, Ndumiso “Faya” Tafeni, and supported by Greenpeace Africa is to raise awareness of Help2Read ‘To see an empowered Africa where everyone is literate’ vision, raise some funds, support our ‘Donate a Book’ campaign - collecting and gathering books for donation to Help2Read improving lives, forever. Tickets are available at R100. Treats and drinks are on sale. 10% of door takings will be donated to Help2Read. We are also asking that you bring a book, suitable for kids aged between the ages of seven and eleven years old, preferably authored by a local. Hays’ World Help2Read Benefit. 25th October 2014. Noel’s Place, Mowbray. Author: martin myers from Triple M Entertainment. More Info link: http://auriolhays.co.za Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/1529339100640428/ Images: For high res version/s of One image/s please contact: Triple M Entertainment. Auriol Hays Photo: Ross Rayners CLICK HERE to submit your press release to MyPR.co.za. . . .