BBC BEATS - Rusty Red
24th Jul 2017 - 24th Jul 2017Starring
Rusty Red About The Show
BBC BEATS - R 50-00 (Berea Bowling Club Beats)
If you are after a sundowner and some good music, varied sounds to wash away the Monday blues each week, consider popping in at the Berea Bowling Club every Monday. If you wish to play some bowls from 4pm to 6pm (they have flood lights), the grab something to eat and a drink, and from 6pm to 9pm , listen to some great music by different acts. People can attend and play bowls from 4pm (they also have flood lights) There will be members in attendance to assist non bowlers. They also have bowls available.
They have a full bar and a kitchen with a catering lady.
"If it makes you feel blue when you listen to it then it's not the blues. The blues is supposed to make you feel better. It's about getting the bad things out of your system in a way that puts a big smile on your face."
If you've been looking for a musician who can really play the blues, look no further than Durban's own Rusty Red. Over the last few years, Rusty Red has been honing his skills with an array of formidable acts such as The Black Lapels and Splashy Fen legends, The Hairy Legged Lentil Eaters. Rusty has even been seen sharing the stage with South African Blues/Rock guitar guru Larry Amos as well as opening for Dan Patlansky when he was only 18 years old.
Combining solid guitar wizardry with emotive vocals, Rusty Red is wandering dangerously close to the territory of some of the most legendary blues acts of the previous century and, not to mention any names, South Africa's very own home grown legends.
Rusty Red: an evening of the blues.