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Rock ‘n Rule @ Rumours – Sunday 12 October – where between 14:00 and 21:00 bands and acoustic artists perform across two stages BANDS – Burning Blue/ Gangsterdam Band / Beverly Jayne (band) / Omnius Reflections / Press The Attack / The City Wide Band / Colour Mr Kacey / Fever Dogs ACOUSTIC – Trey Ohms / Jacques du Preez / Maddy / Sinthesis
Empire of desire
Come heat up the night with Empire of Desire, Beverly-Jayne and The Fine (acoustic)!
Catch Beverly Jayne live with the full band at the Radium along with some guest artists which will be announced soon.... Join us at Joburgs oldest bar! The Radium Beer Hall Famous as the venue those hilarious Savanah adds are shot as well as for its reputation for good live music! Bookings essential. Call or sms Andy on 0835421044
Sounds Like: Kelly Clarkson, Sara Bareilles, Colbie Caillat, Sheryl Crow, Dave Matthews Band
Manager: Jack Rahme, MusicXray
Bio: Beverly Jayne is renowned as a phenomenal performer with a distinctive unique vocal style. Her song writing is powerful, her stage presence is unforgettable.
Hailed as one of the great female rock singers in South Africa, Beverly Jayne has made her mark fronting SA band Concussion Girl (most no...See Full Bio
“Beverly Jayne releases debut single “Walk Away” Beverly Jayne was born in East London, South Africa to a family in love with music. From rocker dad, to concert pianist turned music teacher, Gran. She is renowned as a phenomenal performer with a distinctive unique vocal style. Her songwriting is powerful, her stage presence unforgettable. Hailed as one of the great female rock singers in South Africa, Beverley Jayne has made her mark fronting SA band Concussion Girl (most noted for the saucy single “Tie Me Up” featured on worldwide release horror movie. Having released two albums with Concussion Girl, Beverly Jayne is finally recording her much anticipated debut solo album. The album somehow straddles the line between keeping fresh and feeling strangely reminiscent of the songs that changed the role of women in rock in the early 90’s. The lyrics are raw, honest and instantly reliable.”