DAVE Monks and Marion Loudon will be going back to the Swinging 60s in their latest show, being staged at the Rhumbelow Theatre at the Allan Wilson Shellhole, 5 Durban Road, Pietermaritzburg at 2 pm and 6.30 pm on Sunday, July 9.
The show features covers of more than 20 different artists including The Beatles, Sony & Cher, The Carpenters, The Crystals, Nancy Sinatra, The Monkees, Cliff Richard, Credence Clearwater Revival and The Bee Gees to name a few.
Loudon’s voice, vocal range and versatility shine 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 but only became a hit in 1973.
Monks features with some great lead guitar work on some of The Shadows’ greatest hits, Atlantis and the ever green Apache which was recently voted as the greatest guitar instrumental of all time.
Tickets for The Swinging 60s are R150 (R130 pensioners) at Computicket.
The show is presented picnic style, so bring along food but no drinks. There is a cash bar. The venue opens 90 minutes before show for lunch/dinner.
Inquiries: Roland at 082 499 8636 or email firstname.lastname@example.org