Friday 11 June at 19h30 – The “Oldies But Goldies” show comprises of the duo James Marais and Monique Cassells. The Show pays tribute to the golden era of music from the 50’s to the 80’s, featuring artists such as Elvis Presley, the Beatles, Buddy Holly, the Everly Brothers , Roy Orbison, Little Richard and many more. Tickets @ R150 per person. For more info contact Jan Malan on 082 554 0775 or visit www.diekoelkamers.com.
At Die Koelkamers, Paternoster, Western Cape
Die Koelkamers, Paternoster, Western Cape
Jan Malan / 082 554 0775
The “Oldies But Goldies” show comprises of the duo James Marais and Monique Cassells. The show pays tribute to the golden era of music from the ‘50s to the ‘80s, featuring artists such as Elvis Presley, the Beatles, Buddy Holly, the Everly Brothers, Roy Orbison, Little Richard, The Platters, the Righteous Brothers, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Eddie Cochran, Ritchie Valens, the Hollies, Cher, Queen, and many more. The show is a mini-theatrical experience, featuring the dynamic vocal and visual performances of James and Monique, alternating as a duo and individual performers, who also do multiple costume changes throughout.
James is the no. 1 Elvis Presley tribute artist in the country, and has appeared on television several times, including appearances on SABC 2’s game shows, “Noot Vir Noot” and “Musiek Roulette”, as well as Kyknet’s “Jou Show”, presented by Emo Adams. James performs a show-stopping Elvis tribute in this show, and also pays tribute to many other legends such as Buddy Holly and Roy Orbison.
Monique is a very accomplished vocalist, having performed many different genres of music over the years, including rock ‘n roll, rock, pop, country, blues, ballads and even light classical. She made her television debut on SABC 2’s “Musiek Roulette” in May 2018. Monique has dazzled many an audience with her renditions of timeless songs such as the Righteous Brothers’ “Unchained Melody”, and Freddie Mercury’s version of “The Great Pretender”.
James and Monique are a powerful duo and perform some of the best Beatles and Everly Brothers duets you are likely to hear. They also put their own stamp on some well-known hits not previously performed as a duet.