One of the oldest original and cover bands from the KZN Midlands. Folky- bluesy – humourous and rocking.

That’s this band. Formed in 1991, their line up has changed over the years as people come and go but the core members continue.

South coast local band, The Hinds Brothers Band are an acoustic folk rock country indie group fronted by singer/songwriter brothers Aden & Wren Hinds.

Born and raised on the KZN South Coast. They bring to the art of melody and lyric music written, sung, and played from the heart for the heart.

Singer, songwriter and entertainer, Brian Finch has been described as a local treasure.

He recently released the 13th album of his incredible 47-year career.

Kevin Hinds is a South African singer/songwriter who was signed to CBS and EMI in the 70’s.

He released 5 seven singles before leaving EMI and went on to have a successful career both as a solo artist and with his group ‘Leatherbone’.

Winston Smile is a singer, songwriter, emcee and entertainer. He grew up in Centurion, Gauteng, but now lives on the South Coast.

His musical career has taken him all over the country. Winston has a uniquely versatile voice and he performs anything from Queen to opera.

Black Water is an exciting new addition to the SA blues-rock scene. Their style is predominantly guitar-driven, old-school blues and rock with other varied influences.

Lead singer and guitarist Martin Botha’s vocals are gritty, gutsy, deep and raw, while all musos – including Hannes van Wyk on bass guitar – play with sincere passion.

Phil Moffett is a sonic wizard, a true innovator of the guitar as an instrument. Using both hands simultaneously to create a bass line, melody, harmonics and percussive & rhythmic embellishments on the guitar body.

He has been actively composing for 8 years and has explored many different genres. Including classical, blues, contemporary, folk, country, flamenco and more and he’s well-known for his original “slap harmonic” compositions.

“Afrikaans cowboy” Wiam Otto is deeply influenced by the acoustic roots music tradition from the Appalachian Mountains region the Southern states of America, called ‘Bluegrass flatpicking’.

Wiam plays these traditional acoustic country songs and instrumental numbers which are reminiscent of the fiddle style songs (fiddle tunes) of old time barn dances.

Wiam also covers Poplar and modern artists such as: Johnny Cash, Bob Dylan, Simon and Garfunkel, Leonard Cohen, Phillip Phillips, Mumford and sons, George Ezra and the Lumineers to name a few. This is not your typical performer.

David Marks has had an illustrious career both in South Africa and abroad. He worked on the original Woodstock with Jimmi Hendrix and company in the USA and returned to South Africa in 1970. When he became the country’s first sound engineer.

He is currently working on a project archiving and preserving thousands of hours of content, which was going to be dumped by the SABC.

Aden is a SAMA-nominated guitarist and singer, and the one half the Hinds Brothers duo.

His solo performances include music from a number of different genres including Folk, Pop, Rock, Country, Golden Oldies and Modern Hits.

Circle of Stones are a five-piece hard rock and blues band from the South Coast of Kwazulu Natal. Their performances now consist of a mix between well known classic rock songs as well as their own music.

The band’s influences range from classic, doom, psychedelic rock and the blues.

Mr Yenana has Lectured Jazz Theory, Piano first Instrument and Ensemble – 1-4 at Venda University from 2006 – 2007, He has worked as Researcher / talent scout for Gospel Star Search, and Worked on 2 seasons of SABC 2 music show LILIZELA as Music Director / Head Researcher/Producer of all the programmes live signature music . Andile Yenana is a Member of SAMRO and is the PRINCIPAL JAZZ PIANIST at the Afrikan Freedom Station in Johannesburg.