Friday 21 November 2014
Events / Prime Circle live and unplugged in sundowner set ...

SA legendary band Prime Circle, will be getting up close and personal with their PE fans, in a “one night only” unplugged rendition of all their great hits on Sunday, September 30.

The show is brought to Port Elizabeth by locally based entertainment gurus, Centrestage, and local music and entertainment publicist, Michelle Campbell.

Prime Circle, one of South Africa’s top rock bands, formed in December 2001 and are currently signed to The David Gresham Record Company.

Their first album, Hello Crazy World, sold over 45000 units and their second album, Live this Life, sold 20000 units, making them the biggest-selling South African rock act of 2003, 2004 and 2005.

Prime Circle have played at most major local concerts and have played alongside the US-based band Live on their Birds Of Pray world tour.

Prime Circle have continued to wow audiences all over the world, and their up-and-coming new album is heavily anticipated by industry and fans.

Just as exciting is the fact that two local musical outfits, who have gained huge respect on the local PE circuit as well as elsewhere in the country, will also perform.

Wayne Kallis will be joined on stage by his newly formed band ‘Pistola’ and ‘The Stuart Reece Band’ will also perform.

“Pistola was born to provide music lovers in South Africa with good, energetic, heartfelt rock music and on stage the band will keep that promise, putting a premium on both performance and entertainment, a formula which the band hopes will see them grow from strength to strength in South Africa in the months to come,” said Kallis.

The Stuart Reece band have played alongside many popular South African acts. They also boast play listing on many of the country’s radio stations.

Popular local DJ Richard Saunders will provide music on stage and also co-host for the evening

The show starts at 5pm. Tickets cost R120 per person and can be booked through Computicket.

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