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Cape Town radio station Smile90.4FM supporting local music

I wish all radio stations in South Africa did this…

SA Music Sundays on Smile 90.4FM showcases local South African artists exclusively and what a wonderful programme it is.

It is hosted by presenter Dean Friederich, who after receiving his diploma in Professional Acting for Camera from City Varsity Cape Town in 2012, entered the media and entertainment industry appearing in several student films and stage productions.

His radio career started at KFM in 2012. From there Dean joined Afm 91.3 and in 2016 moved to One FM 94.0 – a community station in Tableview. He joined Smile 90.4FM

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Shoreline Songs and their new songwriter evenings

I had the privilege of being in the audience at Shoreline Song’s first songwriter evening at Rolling Wood in Muizenberg last night and what an absolute treat it was. There will be more of these in the future…

An amazing lineup of ridiculously talented Cape Town musicians, some of whom I heard for the first time last night…

The venue was perfect, the music was great, thank you to Robin Auld for organising it and to everyone else who shared their enormous talent with us…The Sunshines (Skye Wilson and Greg Schoeman), Steve Walsh, Caroline Blu

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Shoreline Songs are very pleased to announce the October line-up of Shoreline Sessions in connection with – Brass Bell Restaurant & Bikini Bar, Shoreline Songs, Player Inspire & Robertson Winery

What? – A gorgeous night of music, friends and amazing food!

When? – Every Thursday of October
– Doors open at 6:30 for dinner
– Show starts at 7pm
BOOKINGS: (021) 788 5455

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The Sunshines and The Comeback Kings at Alma Cafe Saturday 14 April 2018

There is an exciting double bill coming up at Alma Cafe on Saturday 14 April 2018.

Many South African music lovers will remember The Sunshines. Founded by Skye Wilson and Gregory John Schoeman in 1993, The Sunshines recorded and independently released their debut album “Removeable Tattoos” at Shifty Records in 1994.

Between 1993and 1997, The Sunshines played most major SA music festivals, gigging countrywide and often sharing the stage with other iconic local 90s bands such Springbok Nude Girls, Lithium, Dolly Rockers, Urban Creep, The Usual and Wonde

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