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Sepuma, Jaziel Brothers headlining Soulful Sunday Sessions this weekend

Well known artist such as Judith Sepuma and the Jaziel brothers will be performing at Ronnies Motors in Beacon Bay this Sunday.
Well known artist such as Judith Sepuma and the Jaziel brothers will be performing at Ronnies Motors in Beacon Bay this Sunday.
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Music lovers who flocked to the Soulful Sunday Sessions are in for a treat this weekend with the next scheduled instalment of the popular live music show.

The positive feedback has seen the sessions grow and the Eastern Cape Jazz Festival promises a great afternoon out with headline performers Judith Sephuma and the Jaziel Brothers.

They will be supported by saxophonist Natz EFX.

The founder of the festival, Mlindi Ntloko, is thrilled with the great turnouts his Sunday sessions, hosted at Ronnie’s Motors in Beacon Bay, have seen.

The previous two events featured Brian Temba, Afrotraction, Simmy, Karabo and Zuko SA.

Tickets for previous event were sold out, so music lovers should grab theirs as early as possible. They are on sale at R300 on Quicket.

Judith will be bringing her A game  and the Jaziel Brothers will be giving their best performance. They are excited about coming to town

Ntloko said none of this would be possible without the love and support of the Eastern Cape people.

“We are grateful for the support,” he said.

Audiences can expect soothing music, according to Ntloko.

“Judith will be bringing her A game  and the Jaziel Brothers will be giving their best performance. They are excited about coming to town.”

Ntloko said the crowd could expect a calm Sunday as the atmosphere would be chilled.

“The Sunday will be a soulful one. People from different towns will flock in to see the live performances and create new memories.

“The event is the talk of the town; everyone is interested in attending.

“This is a new culture and new tradition. It’s classy and vibey. People should come in numbers. The service will be good; we won’t disappoint.”

Ntobeko Ngcivela of the Jaziel Brothers will be in town on Sunday morning to prepare for the event.

“We are so excited and miss the space so much. Such events were hard to organise during Covid-19.”

“It's going to be a great Sunday. We cannot wait to see people there.

“We will take them from our old songs to the new single that will be dropped soon.

“People must come in numbers. It will be full and we will have fun.

“I know a lot of people love our music, so please come. The show will be on fire.”

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