Folk duo brings Lullaby to EL-

Digby and the Lullaby on track for EL de­but

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THE dar­lings of South African Indie Folk, Digby and the Lullaby are to visit East Lon­don for the first time on Septem­ber 1.

Gra­ham­stown Fes­ti­val Stan­dard Bank Ova­tion Award win­ners, Digby and the Lullaby are hit­ting the road with a brand new show. The pair played a fi­nal five-day stint in Bahrain at the royal fam­ily's pri­vate record­ing stu­dio be­fore tak­ing time off to write new ma­te­rial and spend time with their baby boy. They’ll be play­ing one night only at The Leg­ends Show­case Venue.

“We’re re­ally ex­cited to be play­ing in East Lon­don, we’ve al­ways loved vis­it­ing and now the stars have aligned and we're set to per­form at an amaz­ing venue called The Leg­ends Show­case,” Dar­ren Peens, who is one half of the band, said.

From Cape Town to New York, Rouchelle Hub­sch (on pi­ano and lead vo­cals) and Peens (on gui­tar and back­ing vo­cals) have cast their indie-folk spell on au­di­ences ev­ery­where. “We took a break so that I could bring our lit­tle Maddy into the world but we’re very ex­cited to be back on stage, the break has been so re­fresh­ing,” Rouchelle said with an smile..

Gra­ham Ward – drum­mer for Paul McCart­ney, Tom Jones and Ray Charles – puts it best how­ever, when he says: “The joy of hear­ing these two stays with you long af­ter you leave, miss some­thing else, don’t miss Digby and the Lullaby. Trust me.”

He added: “You will be hooked”.

Sea­soned Al­goa FM DJ, Lance du Plessis, said: “Haunt­ing, achingly beau­ti­ful – at once melan­cholic and up­lift­ing – mu­sic to grab your ears and your heart .... highly rec­om­mended.”

This “highly rec­om­mended show starts at 8pm and tick­ets are R120 per per­son. Chicken a la king will also be on sale at R50 per per­son.

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COM­ING SOON: Digby and the Lullaby will be bring­ing their ‘not to be missed” Indie Folk mu­sic to the Leg­ends Show­case stage next month

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