Tash’s song, dance, com­edy will have the feet a-stomp­ing

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ONCE again, un­ortho­dox Juke­box will be per­form­ing at Tash’s Craft Bar at the Port Al­fred small boat har­bour, and will be singing some of your favourite songs from the 50s, 60s and 70s (and some you might have for­got­ten) to get you on your feet and danc­ing – or singing – along to fa­mil­iar melodies.

The show, billed sim­ply as Un­ortho­dox Juke­box Vol­ume 2, will take place next Saturday, start­ing at 7pm.

“I sug­gest you book in ad­vance as the seats get taken pretty early,” said Rob Knowles, who sings and brings the com­edy to the show. “We don’t want any­one to miss out. It’s go­ing to be a great evening’s en­ter­tain­ment.”

“Tash’s is a great venue with some of the best pub-food ever,” said show pro­ducer and singer, Scott Har­vey. “They have just in­stalled a new light­ing and sound sys­tem and the place looks good to go for the Easter week­end.”

This is Un­ortho­dox Juke­box’s sec­ond ap­pear­ance at Tash’s and, with the new stage, sound and light­ing, is set to be a night to re­mem­ber.

As well as Knowles and Har­vey, the show also features dancers Melissa du Randt and Sasha Baden­horst.

“The girls bring a new and dif­fer­ent en­ergy to the show,” said Har­vey. “We will have songs by Elvis, of course, but also the Everly Broth­ers, Gor­don Light­foot, Johnny Cash, Nancy Si­na­tra – and more. And Melissa is go­ing to gift us with an­other song on the evening. It’s go­ing to be great.

“And, to make things even bet­ter, there’s Tash’s burger and chips, a great Saturday night sup­per,” said Knowles. Guests can choose be­tween a beef or chicken burger with chips and the meal is in­cluded in the ticket price of just R130. “Se­ri­ously guys, where else are you go­ing to get a meal and a show on Easter Saturday for just R130? Bet­ter to call in at Tash’s and book your seats early to avoid dis­ap­point­ment.”

Pic­ture: ZEPHYR STU­DIOS

THEY’RE BACK: The guys and gals of Un­ortho­dox Juke­box are back by pop­u­lar de­mand and will be per­form­ing at Tash’s Craft Bar at the small boat har­bour next Saturday. From back to front are Scott Har­vey, Sasha Baden­horst, Rob Knowles and Melissa du Randt

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