Vinyl, CD’s, Books & Bric-a-Brac at Bothasig Market every Saturday

Brian Currin & Michelle Longman at Bothasig Library Boot Sale Market.

Brian Currin & Michelle Longman at Bothasig Library Boot Sale Market.

T1-Together’s mission is to raise funds for the diabetic community of South Africa and our vision is to assist the disadvantaged diabetic youth and financially assist with the training of diabetic alert dogs.

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Bothasig Market

Every Saturday from 8am to 1pm there is Market on the grounds of the Bothasig Library in Vryburger Road in Bothasig, Cape Town.

Music fundi, Brian Currin, mans the T1-Together stall, almost every Saturday, selling Vinyl Records, CD’s, books and bric-a-brac.

Brian can often be found behind the counter at Mabu Vinyl, the iconic music store in Cape Town, that features in the Oscar-winning movie, Searching For Sugar Man.

Please come to this exciting market in Bothasig and visit the T1 Together stall to have a chat and browse our selection of goodies.

Please support the various T1 Together Events, we would love to see you there.

Car Boot

All packed and ready to go!

 

A Spoonful Of Sugar And James

http://www.brucedennill.co.za/music-interview-james-stewart-stephen-sugar-segerman-getting-sweet-on-songcraft-or-an-un-usual-combination/

It’s been called “The Greatest Music Story of the past 50 years”, the tale of this wonderful and talented musician and his journey to his well-deserved and long-overdue fame. But enough about James Stewart”!

In this innovative, informative and slightly irreverent show, James joins Stephen “Sugar” Segerman, the man behind the rediscovery of Sixto Rodriguez and “Searching For Sugar Man”, the Oscar-winning documentary about the whole story, as these two old “choms” share their respective stories and play and sing some great Rodriguez and South African classic songs.

For 20 years, Sugar, as he is popularly known, has been involved in the rediscovery of, and resurgence of worldwide interest in, Sixto Rodriguez. This legendary and internationally acclaimed American folk-rock singer-songwriter, who was a huge success in South Africa from the ‘70’s onwards, was believed to be dead but was found alive and well and living in Detroit in 1997. Since then his career has gone from strength to strength following a series of international tours, the re-release of his albums, and the success of the Oscar-winning film in 2013.

Since then, Sugar has travelled around South Africa, and overseas, giving talks and answering questions about the whole Rodriguez story. He attended the Academy Awards ceremony in 2013, followed by the publishing of his best-selling book in 2015, titled “Sugar Man – The Birth, Death and Resurrection of Sixto Rodriguez”, co-written with his fellow “Musical Detective” in the story, Craig Bartholomew Strydom. For the past 15 years he has also been the owner of Mabu Vinyl, the Cape Town record shop featured in the Rodriguez film.

James Stewart, the Multi SAMA award-winning, EMMY-nominated, chart-topping, singer-songwriter, cut his teeth in classical music with the usual childhood distaste, and then “surfed passionately and messed around with synthesizers” in his early teens. The following decade would see him form his own band, abandon a law career and take a leap into the great unknown. As singer-songwriter for The Usual, he achieved fame with enduring classics like ‘The Shape That I’m In’ and ‘Like A Vision’. Since then ‘Shine’, ‘A Man Like Me’, and many other solo hits, have found their way into hearts and homes across South Africa.

Hear James tell his side of the story and play a selection of songs by himself, Rodriguez and other South African artists.

Listen to these two musical journeymen connect the dots between their respective adventures.

Catch these two on Saturday 9th February at Franschoek Cellars (3-5pm) and then on Thursday 28th February at Café Roux in Noordhoek (7.30 for 8)

Contact:
James Stewart
Email: james@music-alchemy.com
Phone: 082 807 9544

Oh! My Vinyl!!!

SALE on 7” and 12” Singles

At Mabu Vinyl

Fresh Batches have arrived…!!

– House, Techno and Dance, etc….

–  All Genres

– Plenty Of Picture Sleeves

– Two Listening Facilities Available

Where??

Mabu Vinyl, 2 Rheede Street, Gardens, Cape Town

When???

Saturday 1st July – starts 1pm, all afternoon….!!!!

See you there…!!!!

Record Store Day – Cape Town, 16th April 2016

Record Store Day 2016

Record Store Day is an annual event, founded in 2007, held on the third Saturday of April each year to celebrate the culture of the independently owned record store. The day brings together fans, artists, and thousands of independent record stores across the world” . We are creating an area that allows our customers to celebrate what is vinyl & music. I have asked the finest record stores in Cape Town to take part in this collaboration.

Loads of vinyl / Hifi promos

DJ / Live Music / Open mic

Food / Beers / Wine / Coffee

https://www.facebook.com/events/1725608917652411/

The Black Cat Bones at Otterlake Easter Festival, 4th April 2015

The Black Cat Bones at Otterlake Easter Festival, 4th April 2015

The BLACK CAT BONES will be appearing at Otterlake Easter Festival on the 4th April.

And you can also hear Black Cat Bones and many other great South African blues artists on The Vagabond Blues show on All Jazz Radio every Thursday afternoon, 4pm to 6pm (CAT) with your host Brian Currin