Reini Adelbert & Jenny Eaves

When:
March 21, 2019 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
2019-03-21T19:00:00+02:00
2019-03-21T22:00:00+02:00
Where:
cafe Roux, Noordhoek
Cost:
R120

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Corporate veteran and writer Reini has lived in South Africa since childhood. In his other life he is a lawyer. The ingredients of his highly personal renditions range between European roots and a deep love of Africa.

Socio-political commentary, environmental issues and a quest for fairness define his minimalistic lyrics –

We are all rich and poor, black and white.

Prisoner set us free – you are who we might be.

All the pictures on your wall will end up hanging in my head.  

They say we crawled out of the ocean neither fish nor fowl.

He keeps his options open like a can of gasoline.

They don’t belong to anyone they are perfect on their own.

You were my dream that didn’t come true.

Plastic islands in a sea of technology.

Flew to Corsica on Google maps the other day.

My malaise derailed you where could you have run to.

The view from paradise across the bay changes magnificently every day.

You are the constant resident in my soul.

His album, ‘Leave your light on’, produced by Jonny Blundell, enjoys regular radio airtime. The new album, ‘Memories of Rain’ again produced by Jonny Blundell under the Rootspring label, was launched late last year. Since ‘Memories’ a number of new songs have emerged, some of which will be featured at the February False Bay Folk session.

He is currently working on a novel and an anthology of poetry.

JENNY EAVES: 

Raised listening to Neil Young and Joan Beaz, trained classically at UCT, and with nearly 20 years spent performing around South Africa and Europe, Jennifer Eaves is a musical enigma. Morphing between classical musician, celtic, and Folk story teller, Jennifer has immersed herself in the world of emotive songwriting.

With her 2 previous albums “Braiding the Silence”(2006) and “Land of Lonely”(2011) in her pocket, Jennifer launched her full length studio album “Half of You” in May 2019 which tells stories from the road, the heart, and the home. It will take you on a journey of what it means to be human, to be present in our own lives, and the world around us.

Jennifer has performed at the 2013, 2014, 2016 and 2017 versions of the Cape Town Folk & Acoustic Festival, held at the Baxter and Kirstenbosch respectively as well as other local and national festivals. Selling out listening venues both as a solo artist and as a part of the stunning Jenny and the Jameses trio which incorporates, traditional folk and bluegrass together with Jennifer’s solo material.

**PLEASE NOTE : DINNER FROM 7PM SHOW AT 8.30PM