Jamie Jupiter & Nick Turner


Jamie Jupiter and Nick Turner come together once more to bring us their Cape Town vibes. They met in the 90’s while playing for Honeymoon Suites and Sons of Trout respectively. Since then have been weaving a musical relationship through projects such as Mikanic and Korreltjie Kantel. Both are songwriters of a somewhat quirky nature. Nicks percussive guitar style is well suited to Jamie’s playful multi-instrumentation. Vocally, Nick can soar to higher places while Jamie brings in the bottom vooma.

They’ll be sharing new works as well as re-visiting some of their old favorites, solo and together.

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Bookings Essential: 021 782 0931 or cottageclub45@gmail.com

Show: R140. Soup & Bread: R 30.(Order when Booking) In cash at the Door.

Bring own drinkables and own Snacks; or order soup when Booking.

Doors Open 19:00. Showtime: 20:00.

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Terry Lloyd_Roberts at Cottage Club

Terry has been singing for years but only relatively recently started performing again and has found a ‘home’ at the iconic Alma Café where she performs quite regularly. She chooses songs that resonate with her and that pack a powerful emotional punch, covering artists such as Amy Winehouse, Bon Iver, Jackson Browne, Adele, Damien Rice – and a few of her own compositions as well. For The Cottage Club, she won’t be performing with her full band, and will be offering instead a ‘pared down’ show, accompanied by Peter Golding on the keyboard. Come join us for a reflective, mellow evening of music that will hopefully leave you feeling thoughtful, enriched and moved.


Entrance for the evening: R 130. (Cash at the Door). Arrive at 7pm -show starts 8.00pm.

Pre-Bookings only! Phone Bill on (021) 782 0931 or mail us at cottageclub45@gmail.com to book or for more info.

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Ann Jangle at the Cottage Club

Ann Jangle, the High-Priestess of Dark Folk.

Ann Jangle. Queen of the underground. Her ominous style of dark folk, electric rock, gypsy infused, theatrical, soulful style of writing & performing leaves a long lasting impression. She belts out her voice on stage like she was born there. This South-African born singer/ songwriter/ producer/ composer has performed her way onto a vast variety of stages all across Europe & Southern Africa and shares the stage with many different artists to bring a heartfelt performance that resonates. Since the start, Ann Jangle has received a substantial amount of airplay and very good write ups all over South-Africa and Europe.

2012 gave way to the Debut album “ACOUSTIC ARCHIVE” With a very acoustic sound, deeply rooted in the blues. Ann’s love for Dark, underground sounds & odd music genres called her to a greater challenge, a deep desire to break free from

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Steve Walsh & Derek Craig

Steve Walsh is a Highly Respected long-time Trooper and Seminal South African Musician; teaming up with old Friend and Percussionist extraordinaire, Derek Craig.

“As for what I am planning to do will almost be like a story of my musical life in a way and will highlight my musical influences as well as showcase my vocal versatility and how I attained it. I will also mention how I managed to get it back after my surgery. Will keep it light tho ha ha!

As for my history tho, I have done quite a lot of different forms/styles from starting out as a folky, to solo and duo work, mostly with Robin Auld, to rock and reggae bands and then onto musical theater and Cabaret. {musical theater hi-lite was definitely playing both the role of Jesus and then Judas in JC Superstar} In 1995 I left the music business and

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Bill Knight’s Poetry/ Lyric Book available Soon

MY IDEA TO RAISE FUNDS FOR THE COTTAGE Cottage Club- Folk Music Venue: by Seymour Howe.


“I have always said that Bill Knight, apart from being a Master at writing Songs, should be recognised as a Poet in the very true sense. His lyrics are deep and meaningful and always brought to you from his Heart and Soul, touching our emotions and inspiring our passions. I discussed this with Bill many years ago and even bought him the book in which to write his Poetry but Life has a way of changing priorities and as such, this never happened. I’m prepared to do the Book composition, layout, artwork and pay for the costs of Publishing a Limited Edition, A5, professionally printed collection of Poetry titled “Harbour and other Stories” – A Selection of Poetry from Bill Knight. I would need a print run of at least 100 books

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Amber Liadan at the Cottage Club

Amber Liadan, Musical Enchantress.

Amber Liadan has a pure, authentic sound, rooted in a Rock and Folk heritage of her musical parents (Heather Mac and Tim Parr, from 80’s rock band – Ella Mental). Her sound influences are Rock, Reggae, supported by rustic open pentatonic guitar tunings covering light and dark notes congruent with her all – powerful voice. Amber Liadan has been living in London for the last 3 years, honing her craft as a musician and developing a strong fan base- proving without doubt that she is an international musical enchantress. In her career she has been support act for Steve Newman, Bill Knight, Tim Parr, Heather Mac, Robin Auld, Kindred Spirit, Time Flies and Native Young.

She recently opened for Arno Carsten at Quay Four, V & A Waterfront, Amber Liadan is a performer not to miss!

” She’s gonna be a star” (Stuart Scully –

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Tim Parr at the Cottage Club

“I dreamt as I crossed the bridge of belief to get to the top of the hill – to my surprise looking me in the eyes was the queen of the impossible. She said “Hey Broer” she said “Broer” three times, it’s true. She said “I’ve got a mission for you.”

Tim is one of our most celebrated Guitarists and Musicians; renowned for his Work with Baxtop, Ellamental, the Zapdragons and the Tim Parr Green World Collective : and numerous collaborations with, (among others), Steve Fataar, Errol Dyers, Steve Walsh, Jack Mantis, Lionel Bastos, Wendy Oldfield, Robin Auld.

In 1996 Tim released a solo album Still Standing, from which the single “If you Rush You Crush” reached No. 4 on 5FM SA, and the songs “Love Will Find A Way” and “Still Standing” both reached No. 1. A timeless gem, 19 years after the album was released, “Still Standing”

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Tinus Van Dyk at the Cottage Club Sat 13 Jan

“Tinus van Dyk is a finger style guitarist , teacher and songwriter from Stellenbosch. His compositions combine his unique approach with and eclectic range of folk influences from around the world. Tinus just released his latest recording entitled “Lifeline” and it is available for download from his website , www.tinusvandyk.co.za.

Tinus endorses local luthier built instruments and will be playing guitars by Marc Maingard , Casimi guitars and Mervyn Davis.”

Entrance for the evening: R 130. (Cash at the Door). Arrive at 7.ish -show starts 8.00ish.

Pre-Bookings only! Phone Bill on (021) 782 0931 or mail us at cottageclub45@gmail.com to book or for more info.

Bring your own drinks, hard and soft, (not licensed) and bring your own snacks, (or order Soup of the day for R30.)

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Jennifer Eaves & Jono Tait at the Cottage Club. Fri 12 Jan.

Both Jenny and Jono have built up considerable performance experience over their years in the industry, both as solo performers and as members of and respective creative minds behind popular Cape Town bands Jenny and the James’ and Hatchetman (www.hatchetmanband.com). The two have developed a new concept project which takes the form of a conversational and very informal “masterclass” type performance. The two engage in a combination of musical performance of solo songs, collaborations and some handpicked covers interspersed with conversations on various topics including music, the industry, songwriting, performance, personal anecdotes and the realities of life as a musician in the 21st century. Together, Jenny and Jono have two sets worth of exquisite, delicate and powerful original music. Their styles, while both adhering to the folk genre, are vastly different in sound, scope and content. The combination of these two powerful voices and musical creators match one another

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Doc MacLean at the Cottage Club

Doc is a weathered, wily, but infinitely likeable storyteller/performer. Writing from the dark side of the blues highway, Doc’s distinctive vocals and bare fingers National guitar plot an intense, emotional remapping of contemporary Delta blues and roots music. Forty-five years ago Doc was playing Charlie Patton songs in Son House’s living room. From back porch to big porch. The storyteller. An emotional remapping of contemporary delta blues. At one time Blues Revue Magazine called him the “Prince of Darkness.” There’s redemption here beyond the simple, acoustic medium – and an appeal that reaches well beyond the Crossroads. It’s a career built on hard travel and performance. Early roots in Mississippi. Chicago. Atlanta. Canada. The Six. Months and years spent living in cars, sleeping on floors, cheap hotels. Repeat appearances at some of America’s best folk and blues venues. A lifetime spent on the Blues Highway with some of its most

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