Player primed to rock Fancourt

2010-11-15 17:57

George - The 11th Gary Player Invitational golf tournament, presented by Coca-Cola at Fancourt later this week, will play host to South Africa's top artists performing live at an array of stylish functions across the four day event.

Widely acknowledged as the tightest rock outfit in South Africa, the visceral energy that Prime Circle gives off on stage is evident to anyone who has had the privilege of seeing them live.

As a result of the event, Prime Circle have decided to perform a musical collaboration with an illuminating new young star with a heart wrenching tale of survival.

At the tender age of 24, Nomfusi has shared the stage with some of the biggest local and international names in the entertainment world, including Hugh Masekela, Judith Sephuma and American gospel star Bebe Wynans.

Just back from her European tour in early June, which included a prime time slot at the Dunya Festival in Rotterdam, she will perform at the event in George along with the George Child Welfare Choir and a brand new track with Prime Circle which will rock the entertainment world.

Ross Learmonth of Prime Circle said they fell in love with Nomfusi from the moment they met her. "She exudes a sense of magic and her touching story resonates through her angelic voice.

"We are grateful to Gary Player who brought us together through this philanthropic event so that we can make musical history."

Critically-acclaimed and multi-award-winning Afropop sensation FreshlyGround join the line up and promise to excite and thrill guests with their upbeat energy at the Saturday night party presented by SAP.

Top local DJ's Sasha Martinengo and Koula will mix it up for the dancing die-hards off the golf course at the exclusive Heineken lounge and Riaad Moosa offers some comic relief to the serious elements of what this fundraiser represents, with the rhythmic chants of 1st Project adding the final ingredient to this entertainment smorgasbord.