CHLOE Clark & The Band – Burton Naidoo, Sidney Rash and Ildo Nandja – are inviting you to Put A Swing On It at the Rhumbelow Theatres in Durban and Pietermaritzburg.
The programme will include Megan Trainor’s world-wide hit All about the Bass and made famous by Chloe on this season’s The Voice South Africa, Beyoncé’s Single ladies and her original song, Hey Darling, from her newly released solo album. She was asked to perform this song on Expresso on SABC3 in January 2016.
Chloe launched her debut EP, In between, on April 2 on the roof of the Roma Revolving Restaurant. She has collaborated with Greg Bedford (producer of Gangs of Ballet’s first EP), jazz pianist Burton Naidoo, who produced the single Hey Darling, Jane Baillie (violinist of Veranda Panda), Jude Kenrick (drummer of Easy Freak), Marion Loudon and Tammy Saville (some of Durban’s finest vocalists).
Chloe garnered national attention in 2014 when she made it to the top 30 of Idols SA; and sang backing vocals for Ronan Keating at the Star Light Pop Orchestra in 2015.
The show will be staged at the Rhumbelow Pietermaritzburg at the Allan Wilson Shellhole, 5 Durban Road (Alan Paton Avenue), at 2 pm and 6.30 pm on Sunday, May 15.
Fans in Durban can catch Put A Swing In It at the Rhumbelow Theatre at 42 Cunningham Road, off Bartle Road, Umbilo, Durban at 8 pm on May 20 and 21 and at 2 pm and 6.30 pm on May 22.
Tickets are R140 (pensioners and block bookings of eight or more R120) at Computicket. Inquiries: email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 082 499 8636.
Both venues open 90 minutes before show for picnic dinner. Bring picnic baskets but no drinks – there is a cash bar.