Machineri to Perform at the Grand Daddy
Cape Town band Machineri has been one of the most pleasant surprises to hit the local music scene in recent years, with their infectious blend of blues, rock and folk proving a hit time and again with fans across the country. This intelligent and creative three-piece is sure to keep you entertained when they perform live at the Sky Bar on May 6, 2011 at 18h00.
Arno Carstens and Albert Frost Live and Unplugged at the Daddy!
Two legends, one stage Thats just how the Daddy rolls. On Thursday, May 26, two of South Africas most iconic musicians will take part in a delicious double bill of rambunctious rock n roll and bodacious blues. South African über-musicians Arno Carstens and Albert Frost need no introduction, but we do look forward to introducing them in Grand style on the Daddys rooftop
Daddy is Lonesome without Dave!
Get your cowboy boots out for a dusting, as you will need them to give Lonesome Dave the send-off he deserves. Friday night, April 22, will be Dave’s last night with the Daddy as he performs one of his last gigs before moving to Europe. And we’re throwing in a night in a trailer for the best dressed ...
Adam Donen returns to Cape Town with all-star cast
Songwriter and poet Adam Donen left Cape Town to find fame. After swapping Vredehoek for London at 18, he has gained acclaim across Europe. TimeOut London champions him as a musical poet, and his work is widely and positively compared with that of Bob Dylan and Leonard Cohen.