Square Set Revival Show – ONE NIGHT ONLY

square-setThe story of a local South African bands rise to stardom and number one hits internationally.
The Square Set, a number one selling South African super-group from the sixties are reviving the music of their time in a show entitled, The Square Set Revival Show. Founder member and bassist Derek Marks is supported by top professional musicians namely Gordon Mackay on keys & vocal, Angela Mitchell lead vocal, Malcolm Cassisa on drums and Clive Fester guitar & vocal.
The Square Set started one March day in 1966. Neville Whitmill , Derek Marks and Keith Moffat met Nol Klinkhamer with the idea of making music professionally.
Composition, arrangements and rehearsals went on daily for 6 months before the band presented itself to the public. “Silence is Golden” our own composition went on to make it to No1 within 3 months of its release. “That’s what I Want” made it to no1 in South America (both Brazil and Argentina) and Portugal in 1971/1972 respectively. The band went on to create many singles like ‘Carol Carina’ ‘Get me some Help’ as well as produce 3 full albums with great successes in South Africa, South America, Portugal, Angola, Mozambique, Belgium Congo and many more countries. The revival is taking place to represent the original music, with a few changes to the arrangements plus the addition of popular Motown and Soul songs to old and new fans alike.
Enjoy a night of nostalgia and new songs.
The show takes place on 16th November 2016 at the Playhouse Theatre Somerset West Corner Lourensford Road & Swalle Road. Somerset West 7130 Time from 7,30pm. Tickets are available from Angela Mitchell call 0826237243 @ R100pp or at the Playhouse Theatre. Early booking essential as seats are limited.

Back: Gordon Mackay, Derek Marks, Clive Fester, Malcolm Cassisa
Front : Angela Mitchell
Photographer: Mr. Tom Parkin, Hyde & Seek pictures

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