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Pw's Election Disc 'Goes Gold'
The article reflects on the "golden record" PW Botha was awarded for his propaganda single "Why you should vote NP".
The Woodstock Legacy Lingers On
The article makes reference to the musical achievements of David Marks. His ideas about the future of music in South Africa as well as past memories made at Woodstock Festival following its 20th anniversary was also ...
Commit No Nuisance: A Full and Varied Night at The ChelseaUpcoming Country NotesGreat News
The first article promotes an upcoming concert hosted at the Chelsea Theatre comprising of varied entertainment with the evening said to finish with a late night revue called "Commit No Nuisance". Artists such as Graham ...
Great Rock But Satire Is The PitsIf You Like Loud Late-Night Rock, See 'Nuisance'
Both articles serve as reviews to the "Commit No Nuisance" concert hosted at the Chelsea Theatre. Both reviews included some references to particular parts of the show as well as the shortfalls. Artists such as the Excellent ...
A Performance at the Market Theatre
The article promotes an upcoming concert featuring Roger Lucey at the Market Theatre on the 21st of September 1983. The performance formed part of the short season of concerts known as "After the Thunder". The accompanying ...
'Master Jack' Mark's Roving Talent Scout For Durban Arts
The article focuses on the scouting of shy artists who lack the confidence or knowledge to complete funding applications for the Durban Arts Association. The desire to scout genuine talent was undertaken by David Marks ...
Ergernis Op Maat Van Ruk en RolGreat Rock but Satire Is The PitsIf You Like Loud Late-Night Rock, See 'Nuisance'
All three newspaper articles comment on the music and entertainment showcased during the concert at "Commit No Nuisance". Some aspects of the entertainment was questionable however the overall musical additions were ...
Local Musos Go To WarCommittee To Oppose Sections of Liquor Act that Hit Musicians
Both newspaper articles pertain to a committee which was elected for the purpose of opposing certain sections of Liquor Act to save musicians who performed in clubs.
Compilation of Selected Newspaper Articles
The item consists of an array of newspaper articles and attached photographs pertaining to the Guitars for Africa concert organised by the Music Association of Natal (MANA) and the University's SRC.
The Gentle Art of Bouncing
The article pertains to album produced by André Jacquemin for the HM group Powerhouse which was completed in 3 weeks. The author expands on Jacquemin's approach to new projects as well as his philosophies which drive his ...