Cape Town jazz singer, Nur Abrahams and his band are bringing their soothing and uplifting blend of jazz music to Jackson Hall, GrandWest during February. Abrahams will be on stage on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights from 9pm onwards. There is no cost to enjoy his performances.
Singing since the age of six, Abrahams is the voice behind the song, ‘Welcome to Cape Town’. Over the years, he has featured as the supporting act for international stars during their tours to South Africa, including Phil Fearon, Percy Sledge and Tamia. He has also performed in productions with local artists such as David Kramer and Taliep Petersen. Jazz enthusiasts will recognise Abrahams from his performances at various jazz venues as well as music festivals such as Jazz on the Rocks in Tietiesbaai and The Love Jazz Cruise. Abrahams received The Baxter Theatre’s Young Inspiring Artist of the Year Award in 2012 and has performed in several shows, including ‘District 6 The Musical’, ‘Vocal Is Lekka’ and ‘Divos’.
Reggae Nights with the Rivertones continue at Jackson Hall on Wednesdays until the end of February. The laidback, island styled evenings will feature Jamaican inspired food, cocktails and music. The Rivertones perform an array of songs inspired by the late Bob Marley and other well known reggae bands. Doors to Jackson Hall for Reggae Nights on Wednesdays open at 6pm. DJs will be on the decks from 6.30pm and the Rivertones will take the stage from 9pm.