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Plug And Play 2 Thursday nights @ Full Moon

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The Plug & Play initiative got started in 2008 at Café Arc, but really it's something bands have been doing for ages in venues the world over. We had a such a success at Zeplins wonderboom in 2009 that we decided that it is time for Plug & Play 2010 to take place at Full Moon Lounge, Hazelwood.

The Plug & Play initiative got started in 2008 at Café Arc, but really it's something bands have been doing for ages in venues the world over. We had a such a success at Zeplins wonderboom in 2009 that we decided that it is time for Plug & Play 2010 to take place at Full Moon Lounge, Hazelwood.
Essentially it is an Open Mic Night with a face lift, and RockingSA is reviving the vibe of the Open Mic Nights that used to happen at the erstwhile Nile Crocodile. Pretoria does not have a... read more?

Published by: rockingSa
Source: RockingSa
on: Sunday 30th of May 2010 at 13:16
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Computicket Fingered by Competition Commission

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In its investigation the Commission found that Computicket entered into long term exclusive contracts with theatre owners, theatre producers, promoters` and festival event organizers in the entertainment industry, preventing them from using any other ticketing providers.

A case of exclusionary conduct has been filled against South African ticketing giant Computicket. In Johannesburg, on Tuesday the 11th of May the Competition Commission referred a case of exclusionary conduct to the Competition Tribunal for adjudication.

If found guilty Computicket could potentially face an administrative penalty of 10% of its 2009 turnover. This following complaints by Strictly Tickets CC, Soundalite CC (trading as Artslink), KZN Entertainment News and Reviews CC... read more?

Published by: Asterix
Source: Buy the Ticket.co.za
on: Wednesday 12th of May 2010 at 13:16
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Masters of Rock - Deep Purple, Uriah Heep and Wishbone Ash

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At the turn of the `70s, a holy trinity of British heavy rock groups-Led Zeppelin, Black Sabbath and Deep Purple-made music that shook the world. Forty years on, Deep Purple are the last men standing (Mojo Magazine).

Big Concerts present the Masters of Rock Tour featuring Deep Purple with Uriah Heep and Wishbone Ash at the Coca-Cola Dome Johannesburg on Friday 28th May 2010, ICC Durban Arena on Sunday 30th May 2010 and Tuesday 1st June at the Grand Arena, Grandwest and Entertainment World, Cape Town.

At the turn of the `70s, a holy trinity of British heavy rock groups-Led Zeppelin, Black Sabbath and Deep Purple-made music that shook the world. Forty years on, Deep Purple are the last men standing... read more?

Published by: Asterix
Source: Big Concerts
on: Monday 10th of May 2010 at 13:02
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SOUND ON SCREEN Music Film Festival (28 April - 2May)

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Ever thought you'd get to see Metallica, The Wu-Tang Clan, Eric Clapton, Slayer, The Doors, Fokofpolisiekar, Bonnie Raitt, the late GG Allin, Dave Matthews, Burzum, Erykah Badu, The Grateful Dead, Megadeth, Janis Joplin, Dilated Peoples, Gorgoroth, Branford Marsalis, high school marching bands and many more on the same bill?
Well, you can at the SOUND ON SCREEN Music Film Festival, uniting movie- & music fans, and lovers of both in an audio-visual feast.

The creators of the South African HORRORFEST-, X FEST-, and CELLUDROID Film Festivals are launching this brand new and exciting music-themed event at the legendary Labia Theatre (28 April - 2 May 2010)

Across 5 days, this eye- and ear-popping event will screen a range of exciting feature films and documentaries dealing with this essential part of our existence:
MUSIC.  

These movies encapsulate various genres and musical personalities, from Rock, Pop and Metal, to Rap /... read more?

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Source: Flamdrop Productions
on: Thursday 15th of April 2010 at 14:18
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Henry Rollins - Frequent Flyer - SA Tour

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When Henry talks about travelling the world, he's not referring to plush resorts and genteel European cities. Henry's current and most recent travels include stops in Saudi Arabia, Indonesia, Brunei, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, India, Nepal, China, and Senegal.

Henry Rollins, the prolific musician, actor and writer, trades in his airline miles for a tour bus with the launch of his Frequent Flyer Tour in early 2010. Henry's latest talking tour takes in Ireland, North America, Australia and South Africa in May 2010. The show picks up where he left off in 2007, and continues to narrate the adventure that is the life of our favourite American.

"Hank" as he is known by his large and fiercely loyal fan base, promised South Africans on his... read more?

Published by: Asterix
Source: Buy the Ticket.co.za
on: Thursday 15th of April 2010 at 12:30
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Slash debut album "Slash"

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Let me guess, you have just logged into Facebook as youre slurping on your first/second cup of coffee trying very hard to face yet another day of harsh reality at work? Always on the lookout for something new and exciting anything that might get you through the day?

Better wake up and smell the coffee because I might just have the news you might be sniffing for today, seriously!

Good Morning!

Let me guess, you have just logged into Facebook as youre slurping on your first/second cup of coffee trying very hard to face yet another day of harsh reality at work? Always on the lookout for something new and exciting anything that might get you through the day?

Better wake up and smell the coffee because I might just have the news you might be sniffing for today, seriously!

A few days ago former Guns N Roses guitar hero Slash has released his debut... read more?

Published by: Asterix
Source: Frank Riester (I'M A SOUTH AFRICAN ROCKER!)
on: Thursday 8th of April 2010 at 12:03
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Tanz Café - Jozi All Stars - 25.02.10

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Tanz Café.. a Bryanstonian version of the Langoustines Restaurant in Durban.
The typically hated genre of music disciplines. Dinner Theatre.
But wow, even for a partially filled venue, it was so damn cosy and interestingly enough.warm and friendly.
I certainly expected a more Chic atmosphere with a bunch of Snobs and overly critical rich folk and found a totally different feel
As before I was astounded at the transformation of this great band as either the practice or exposure was making a difference for they were really good.
They looked so much more comfortable in their delivery and internal communication that the playing has transformed into well a professional band.
Seemingly amateur and demure when taking the stage, they improve on almost every note they take and I...

Tanz Café.. a Bryanstonian version of the Langoustines Restaurant in Durban.
The typically hated genre of music disciplines. Dinner Theatre.
But wow, even for a partially filled venue, it was so damn cosy and interestingly enough.warm and friendly.
I certainly expected a more Chic atmosphere with a bunch of Snobs and overly critical rich folk and found a totally different feel
As before I was astounded at the transformation of this great band as either the practice or exposure... read more?

Published by: Philskyon: Wednesday 31st of March 2010 at 11:51
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Decodance Club - the Old Biscuit Mill in Woodstock

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Ever been clubbing at Decodance, Cape Towns club for older rockers who like their music more Led Zeppelin than Lady Gaga? The club at the Old Biscuit Mill in Woodstock, where that wonderful organic market takes place each Saturday? The club that runs a sports bar, where guys bored with being dragged around cheese stalls can slip off to watch a game over a pint? Youve never noticed the place!

Ever been clubbing at Decodance, Cape Towns club for older rockers who like their music more Led Zeppelin than Lady Gaga? The club at the Old Biscuit Mill in Woodstock, where that wonderful organic market takes place each Saturday? The club that runs a sports bar, where guys bored with being dragged around cheese stalls can slip off to watch a game over a pint? Youve never noticed the place! Well youve already grasped an important element of this story. The owner of Decodance club, in the... read more?

Published by: Asterix
Source: Noseweek.co.za
on: Friday 5th of March 2010 at 12:54
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