Emperors Palace presents Theuns Jordaan


Emperors Palace presents Theuns Jordaan

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Theuns Jordaan’s electrifying performance is set to thrill audiences at The Theatre of Marcellus at Emperors Palace in September. Jordaan is known as one of the biggest voices to come out of South Africa and will entertain the audiences with hit songs such as Soos Bloed, Hakieshart, Jou Asem and more. From slow ballads and love songs to foot-stomping tunes that have people dancing in their chairs, one thing is for sure – this show is going to be the ultimate crowd pleasing performance!

With four albums and sales of more that 500 000, Jordaan is not only an excellent singer but has also proven that he is a songwriter to be reckoned with. The musicians that perform with him are the cream of the crop too – top guitarists Anton L’Amour, Ricus Nel and Jasper van Rensburg have performed with the biggest names in South African music. With Bredan Ross on keyboard and saxophone and Bruce Wallace on drums, this band offers their audience a night of quality entertainment.

Audiences will be treated to a range of songs when he brings the music of icons like Johannes Kerkorrel, Koos du Plessis and Koos Kombuis to life; and if it wasn’t for Theuns, most South Africans would never have known how to jol on Loslappie!

Theuns is known for the ease with which he entertains his audiences and an evening spent with him and his talented band at Emperors Palace will be nothing short of a great success.

Praise for Theuns Jordaan
“Jordaan deserves congratulations. This album (Seisoen) is pretty stuff. The music is smoothly arranged with a faintly bluesy, radio-friendly sound, and the lyrics are infused with a mournful love of South Africa that instantly creates an appealing kinship.” – Jean Barker, 24.com

“Die reaksie op Theuns se vertoning was oorweldigend.” – www.boeretroos.co.za

“Theuns Jordaan has a deep emotive voice.” – www.rock.co.za

Date: Friday, 4th and Saturday, 5th September 2009
Venue:The Theatre of Marcellus, Emperors Palace, Kempton Park
Cost: From R80

For further information follow the links alongside.

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