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Georgetown returns to Mbombela

The Georgetown performance in Mbombela introduced their new 10-track album. The band kept the audience well entertained and dancing.

After a five-year absence from the Lowveld, the Georgetown Band gave a stellar performance at The Pub on Friday May 31, during which they also introduced their new album, Wrong Key Baby, Right Keyhole.

Speaking to Lowvelder before their performance, the band members said they were excited to be performing in the Lowveld again as they have a lot of fans in the area, and their shows always attract many music lovers.

Amanda Jouber, Jacques Viljoen and Adriaan van As.

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“It always feels good to be in the area as the people are very welcoming. We also believe that they will also love our new album once they see us performing some of the tracks on it.”

The album has 10 tracks with four Afrikaans songs, a mixture of rock, folk and country music – something for everyone.

They thanked The Pub for inviting them and the people of the Lowveld for attending their show, asking them to download their new songs from digital platforms.

Georgetown kept the audience on the dance floor, demanding more. They performed a variety of songs on various instruments, ensuring everyone was well entertained. They said whenever invited, they would love to return to Mbombela.

Team Mlungu was among the attendees at The Pub.
Sally Levett and Stephany Milligan.
Donavan and Bree van der Schyff.
Monique van Dyk.

Ian and Bianca Nel.
Tanya Kinner and Adele van der Sandt.
Mathys and Theonette Ellis.
Ronell Esquino and Annelize Maré.

 
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