The Great Rock ‘n Roll Circus

2008-03-31 09:07

Albert Frost
Since he picked up his first guitar at the age of 13 there has been no turning back. Albert is known as one of SA’s top axe men. He’s played for the likes of Koos Kombuis, Anton Goosen, Arno Carstens and Blues Broers. We talk to him about the magic he can make with a guitar.
Rockin’ broadband.
Sucky broadband .

Taxi Violence
Forget about those skinny jeans wearing scenesters. Taxi Violence has. Their mission is real rock ’n roll. We talk to the 2008 SAMA nominees about their albums that made them want to run away and join the rock ‘n roll circus and find out why they’ll be fed up if Parlotones win the Rock SAMA.

Linda Mali
Linda poses as the beautiful assistant to the magician but is convinced that women in the local music scene are more than just the beautiful assistants. She chats to us about her group, Blue African Skies, and what makes their brand of afro-pop unique.
Main man broadband
Assistant broadband

Dorothy Cole
She’s the real deal. Dorothy is an actual trapeze artist. She talks to us about how being in the circus can help you in everyday life and how to deal with you’re your partner when they accidentally let you fall.
Flying broadband
Falling broadband

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