Crimson House, The Black Cat Bones, The Lectric Monks and Tuin at The Good Luck Bar:
The Good Luck Bar is fast becoming, if not already, Johannesburg’s hottest spot for local rock! With August almost here, it’s time to heat up the bar with some of the sexiest stage performances around! The Lectric Monks, The Black Cat Bones, Crimson House and newcomer Tuin are going to be tearing up The Good Luck Bar, 25 August 2017, and I want to give you some tickets!
To get these delicious tickets (A pair of double tickets), dripping with the epic awesomeness of rock:
All you have to do is tell us in the comments who you’re looking forward most to see on stage!
Then we do a live draw a few days before on our Facebook page. You need this, we know you do, nothing kills the cold winter blues like some of the grooviest blisteringly hot rock around!
Tickets are R80 at the door or R60 off Quicket
Who is Crimson House?
Crimson House is a high energy show band that delivers a potent set designed to make anyone jump dance and sing uncontrollably. Their style is a mix of Gypsy, Swing, Rock n Roll with Blues undertones. Fronted by Riaan Smit who leads the band and audience on a musical journey that leaves everyone smiling and bouncing with careless abandon!
The Black Cat Bones:
The Black Cat Bones is a South African rock band formed in Silverton, Pretoria in 2007. The group consists of founding members Kobus de Kock Jr (vocals) and Andre Kriel (guitars) with Chris van der Walt (bass) and currently Gareth Bunge (drums) rounding off what is considered to be one of the current top performing acts in the country.
The Lectric Monks:
The Lectric Monks is a South African upbeat “Tarantino-Funk ‘n Roll” outfit from Pretoria, formed in Spring 2014.
The 6-piece includes Francois van der Merwe (Rhythm and Vocals), Gary Peacock (Harmonica and Vocals), Henk Oosthuizen (Lead Guitar and Vocals), Cynthia van der Mescht (Keys), Duncan Potgieter (Drums) and Dylan du Toit (Bass).
Drawing from rootsy rock ‘n roll, folk, classical, blues, indie, funk and psychedelic music and 4 piece harmonies, the band’s image and sound evokes a nostalgic blend of music of the past with today’s modern styles, creating an upbeat dance experience for all, “a new kind of old stuff” as some have described.
Tuin is an upcoming singer-songwriter from Pretoria blowing crowds away with her unique voice. This barefoot vocal activist will take you on a musical journey like none other. There is a massive gap and need for a new Sa Rock female vocalist – Tuin ticks all the requirements.
They have opened for Carley Rae Jepsen and have played at all the major festivals incl Oppikoppi, Strab, Otterlake, White Mountain, I-Fest, Vryfees & Innibos. It is at Innibos in 2016 that they won the Rockrumoer competition and with that recorded their 1st single and music video for Kinder van die Nag that will be released in 2017.
Tuin can cater to all needs from a very vibey or chilled duo set to the full band for a more original rock feel.