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 After a successful show last year we are bringing back the music of the Sixties with Marion Loudon and Dave Monks at Westville Country Club.

Westville Country Club in association with Rhumbelow Theatre
Westville Old Boys Hall, Westville Country Club, 1 Link road, Westville

Dave Monks & Marion Loudon

Sunday 05 July 2015. Show starts 14:30 - WCC
Sunday 05 July 2015. Show starts 19:00 - WCC
(Venue opens 90 minutes before show for lunch/dinner)

After a successful show last year – we have decided to bring the music of the Sixties back.

The Swinging Sixties is no doubt let the good times roll again. Dave Monks & Marion Loudon transport you back in time to the “Era of Real Music”.

Dave & Marion entertain superbly in this very well put together collection of nostalgic and popular Sixties hits. The show features covers of more than 20 different artists which include The Beatles, Sony & Cher, The Carpenters, The Crystals, Nancy Sinatra, The Monkees, CLIFF RICHARD, Credence Clearwater Revival and The Bee Gees just to name a few.

Marion’s amazing voice, vocal range and versatility never ceases to shine and particularly in songs like My Boy Lollipop, These Boots Are Made for Walking, Da Do Ron Ron and The Carpenters worldwide smash hit Jambalaya, which incidentally was written in the sixties and was only became a hit in 1973.

Dave features with some great lead guitar work as he glides through some of The Shadows greatest hits, Atlantis and the ever green Apache which incidentally has been recently voted as No 1 greatest guitar instrumental of all time.

Dave & Marion’s voices blend extremely well together and so they should as they have performed together all over South Africa including Sun City, Swaziland, Johannesburg and far too many corporate events and festivals to mention. Dave & Marion have also been the voices behind many radio adverts and Just for the notebook Marion Loudon has been the harmonising vocalist on all of Dave Monks solo CDs.

The show consists of a wide variety of those great sixties songs plus some very well thought out medleys which flow along with great ambiance and will surely have your hands clapping and toes tapping. The Beatles Medley and Rock & Roll Medleys will have you reminiscing, particularly those of you who were around during the great explosive musical times of the 60’s. The use of harmonica on some of The Beatles songs is very effective and very in tune with the whole 60’s vibe. Very clever backing tracks together with Dave Monks & Marion Loudon makes this show a must for the whole family and certainly one not to be missed.

The Swinging Sixties comes alive in this celebration of an entire decade of music which runs from start to finish like clockwork.

Dave Monks & Marion Loudon The Swinging Sixties show is guaranteed to have you wanting to come back for more!!

CDs on sale at the show. 60’s: Blast from the Past Volume 1 & Volume 2.

Durban’s Top Talent at the Rhumbelow Theatre.

TICKETS ARE R220 including Buffet Dinner
WCC Members and Pensioners R200 including Buffet Dinner

R120 a ticket
WCC Members & Pensioners R 100-00
Show tickets are CASH, COMPUTICKET or EFT only

Buffet Dinner R100
Full bar. Catering by “THE VENUE”

Secure parking available. Booking is essential.

(No alcohol or food may be brought on to the premises)

Book at Computicket or e-mail Roland for bookings and get that money rolling in:
Cell: 082 499 8636
E-mail: roland@stansell.za.net

Artslink.co.za Account:
Roland Stansell
Rhumbelow Theatre
031 261 2012
082 499 8636
Rhumbelow Westville
Related Venue:
Rhumbelow Theatre (WCC - Westville), 1 Link Road Westville Durban KwaZulu-Natal South Africa
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cliffette, le 13-06-2015 à 08:04:32 :

Rêvons encore !

Photo Lizet Hermans.

cliffette, le 12-06-2015 à 07:06:47 :

Bon week-end.

Photo Petra Bartels.