I arrived at the venue early enough to catch two opening acts: Jamey Love and Chris Phillips. Both acts played enjoyable and musically brilliant sets, but the crowd were chanting SA’s favorite zef rapper’s name and it was clear who they really wanted to see.
Because he played at a 21st earlier the evening, Parow only arrived at the venue after 10 PM, the excitement levels were maximum and the Jagermeister shots were flowing but everyone was in the mood for a great party.
It didn’t take long for Jack Parow and Loki Rothman to get the crowd going. The party turned out to be a crazy one. I can’t remember much of what happened after midnight, but all I know is that there some crazy party vibes involved.
This was one of the last shows that Loki Rothman played as Jack Parow’s guitarist and I must admit that I will be missing him on stage during his shows. That laaitie can play guitar ek sê.
Pretoria based photographer Henk Steyn really captured amazing images of this show and you should really check out his full album on Facebook. Watch this space for regular updates in the Music and Photography categories on Running Wolf’s Rant.