Winter is in full swing and we’re all seeking a little bit of warmth with every event we attend and that is exactly what The Jamshack 1520 is set on doing with the confirmation of their June 2017 headliners. On the 25th of June 2017, The Rhythm Sessions will be making their Daveyton debut when they grace The Jamshack decks.
The Kaya FM duo, being Edsoul & Fang Da Rhythm have set the South African house scene by storm particularly in the sub genre of soulful house, which is house music dominated by soothing vocals. So, it’s fitting that The Rhythm Sessions were booked for June which is one of the colder months in South Africa.
The Rhythm Sessions are popularly known for their hit single “Cure” which featured Internationally renowned vocalist, Portia Monique. In a short space of time, this prolific duo has become an international brand, with the “Cure” remix album being released under American based Vega Records. They have have graced stages such as The DStv Delicious Festival, where they shared the stage with the likes of Grammy nominated Louie Vega and Josh Milan. The Rhythm Sessions currently host a weekly show on Kaya FM, The Sound Supreme on Saturdays from 2pm-6pm.
The duo will be supported by other local talented deejays namely; Jo’burg based Simmy, Phunky Punk who is also a genius when it comes to production. They will be joined by SJ & Friends founder, SJ DA DJ, Danissimo, Soultelic, Blaqsta and the lineup is rounded up with Jamshack resident deejays, KenP and ManOeva. The eight supporting deejays will be paired in twos and will be taking each other on with 2 hour one-on-one sessions. The beauty of this is that the pairs will nominated by the public.
The Jamshack encourages all its followers to make it down to Butcher 2.0 in Daveyton and support them, as they have also proven that they not only to entertainment and profit oriented. Before their previous event, together with Butcher 2.0, The Jamshack donated 50 Jerseys and 50 pairs of socks to the needy kids of a local primary school.
Let’s warm each other this winter, tickets will be available HERE and are selling at R50 per person and cooler-boxes are charged R100 per cooler at the gate. If you don’t want the hassle of carrying a cooler, worry not drinks and food will be sold at affordable prices.