Upper Highway band plays at Sol Sunday Sessions

A collaboration between some of Durban’s finest musicians from bands like Spoonfeedas and Cubic Inch, Serrotone is guaranteed to be a hit at Crusaders on Sunday, 26 March. PHOTO: Supplied.

Serrotone, an acoustic band from the Upper Highway area, will perform at the Sol Sunday Sessions at Northwood Crusaders Sports Club on 26 March from noon.

A collaboration between some of Durban’s finest musicians, the band comprises Peter Guthrie (Spoonfeedas), James Robertson (Cubic Inch), drummer Billy Kruger and trumpet player Nick Ames.

Also on the bill are Woodshed, featuring John Ellis (Tree63) and Bruce Baker (Landscape Prayers/Squeal) and The Dead Trends Duo, with their easy-listening acoustic sound.

 

Performing at the Sol Sunday Sessions at Crusaders on 26 March is Durban duo Woodshed,
featuring John Ellis (Tree63) and Bruce Baker (Landscape Prayers/Squeal). PHOTO: Supplied.

 

Expect great live music, good food, drink specials, giveaways and loads of fun. Entry is free and there is plenty of secure parking, as well as open and undercover seating.

Non-members are welcome. No alcohol may be brought onto the premises.

Crusaders is situated at 10 Ranleigh Crescent, opposite the Fairway Engen garage at the bottom of Swapo Road/Broadway in Durban North.

For more details visit www.c-weed.com or call 031 563 0824.

 

 

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