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James Stewart/Sting/The Police

I recorded my album "Live to a mic" by virtue of a barter deal with James Stewart from Streetlevel Studios. Here is what he bartered for: a 70's looking pop group poster much like the cover of "Regatta le Blanc" by the Police. Below the exciting detail from James and the pic.

The Suikerbossie, Hout Bay

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James Stewart is best known as the lead singer for The Usual. Remember The Shape that I'm in, Like a Vision? His solo Hits like Shine, You don't stop turning me on and Beautiful Mistake have made him a household name.

(More artist info? www.jamesonline.co.za)

After 3 sell out shows on the coast, hear James pay tribute to one of his biggest influences THE POLICE & Sting - featuring Johnny Clegg's drummer Barry van Zyl.

Where : The Suikerbossie / Hout Bay

When : 3pm - Sunday 27th December 2009

How much : R80 pp (children under 12 free)

Booking : on 021 790 1450 | dave@suikerbossie.co.za

James Stewart : Vocals | Bass Guitar | Keyboard

Barry van Zyl : Drums | Percussion | Shaky things

Lee Radmall : Guitar | Backing vocals | Bass Guitar

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