Chloe Clark and Friends put a swing on it at Rhumbelow

Chloe Clark and friends ready to make you dance all night and weekend. PHOTO: Submitted

JOINING forces are Durban’s favourite and finest Jazz Cats; the gorgeous vocal talents of songbird Chloe Clark alongside the legendary Burton Naidoo on piano, dynamic drummer Riley Giandhari and the incredible Llewyn Chetty on bass.

There is also a talented horn section with Kgethi Nkotsi on trombone, Phuti Mofokeng on trumpet and Phumlani Mtiti on saxophone.

Giving these songs their own special swing treatment, watch out for Megan Trainors’ world-wide hit, All about the Bass, made famous by Chloe Clark in this season’s The Voice South Africa.

ALSO READ: Songstress Chloe jazzes up local music industry

Chloe will also perform Hey Darling a self-penned song from her newly released solo album.

You simply can’t miss this exciting programme of music these super talented and edgy Durban musicians have arranged.

Let them show you how they Put a swing on it in a show packed full of heartfelt performances.

So dust off those dancing shoes, round up a group of your friends and book to see them.

The show will take place at the Rhumbelow Theatre on Cunningham Ave off Bartle Road on Friday, 12 May at 8pm, Saturday, 13 May at 8pm and Sunday, 14 May at 2pm and 6.30pm.

The tickets are sold at R150, R100 for Loyalty Card Holders on Friday night and R130 for pensioners on the first weekend only.

Contact Roland on 082 499 8636 to book.



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