Witness Reporter
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27 Apr 2021
06:29

Serrotone to perform at Music in the Hills in Hilton

Witness Reporter

Serrotone, an exciting collaborative project by Pete Guthrie, James Robertson and Billy Kruger, will be the headline act at Music in the Hills, at The Knoll Historic Guest Farm in Hilton, on Wednesday, April 28.

Serrotone, an exciting collaborative project by Pete Guthrie, James Robertson and Billy Kruger, will be the headline act at Music in the Hills, at The Knoll Historic Guest Farm in Hilton, on Wednesday, April 28.

Guthrie and Robertson have both written and South African group; Robertson until 2001 and Guthrie from 2002 onwards. Robertson’s band Cubic Inch has also enjoyed radio popularity.

Between them they have performed alongside Metallica, Muse, Ronan Keating and Bryan Adams. Kruger has performed in Europe with MIC at Holland’s Ajax stadium, and shared billing with British band Delirious.

Serrotone is the headline act at Music in the Hills this week.
Matt Gardiner will be performing at Music in the Hills on Wednesday.

Serrotone recently performed with some of SA’s finest acts on their Western Cape tour, sharing the stage with Prime Circle and Wonderboom in Plettenburg Bay, and then Freshly Ground at the Inverroche Summer Series in Stilbaai.

Two of their singles, which have already gained popularity at their live performances, are due for release within the month, with filming of their first music video to follow.

Also on the bill is Matt Gardener, a young musician, singer, songwriter and producer, born and bred in Pietermaritzburg.

The Maritzburg College old boy has opened for the likes of Matthew Mole, Prime Circle, Desmond and the Tutus, Josh Wantie, Majozi, Shortstraw, Mi Casa, December Streets, Just Jinjer and Arno Carstens.

Opening the evening’s entertainment at 7 pm will be Corduroy Dreams, featuring Cole Baker on keyboards and vocals, and Isaac Nicols on guitar and drum-box. Together they blend a unique sound of jazz, blues and pop. With a repertoire ranging from 70s rock to modern day blues, they have songs everyone can enjoy. Tickets are R75 each, paid in cash or by Zapper at the door. Entry to MiTH is on a strict first-come, first-served basis as space is limited due to Covid-19 regulations.

Bring your own booze. Food and soft drinks are available for sale. Inquiries: 082 331 7271. — Arts Editor.