Gerald Clark

Clark collaborates with a Legend.

You most probably know who Johnny Clegg is, South Africa's white Zulu. If not, you surely recognised the following names: Annie Lennox, Carlos Santana, Peter Gabriel, Robert Plant, Sipho Hotstix Mabuse, Ernest Ranglin, Brian May, Ladysmith Black Mambazo, The London Chamber Orchestra, The Soweto Gospel Choir and Oliver Mtukudzi. He has record and performed with all of them. 

I'm speaking about the legendary drummer and percussionist, Barry van Zyl. 

Gerald Clark and Barry van Zyl are joining forces for Gerald's next solo and 5th studio album. This is going to be a collaboration to remember and they are giving you a sneak peek into the new album over the weekend. Gerald will be joined by Barry on the 2nd of March at Cafe Roux in Noordhoek and on the 3rd at Bootlegger in Kalk Bay.

 With Gerald on the acoustic guitar and vocals, and Barry with his masterful touch on the drums and percussion, it promises top class music and great show. 

Book your tickets now:


Cafe Roux:


You might never set foot in the wild country of Kempton Park, until this Sunday. Gerald Clark and friends are playing a Sunday Lunch Show at Nice To Meat You. A great place, with fantastic people and the best food. This week gourmet pizzas are on the menu. And what's more, bring your kids, there's a playground to keep them busy while you enjoy the soulful voice of our country's best blues musician.


Summer to Winter

With the Fire tour coming to an end, Gerald Clark will be heading to Belgium to join a good friend and very talented musician, Stefan Dixon, to entertain you during the oncoming winter months. 

Make sure to catch on of their shows. 




STRAB 2016 was a jol, but Gerald and I always look forward to our adventures more than anything else when heading over the border. This year we decided to swim with the dolphins again. With such warm water and these majestic animals, we couldn't resists. 

It's an early morning wake up call as I tickle Gerald and one of our friend's feet, it's dark and after a night of dancing, there's no time for coffee. As we stepped into The Dolphin centre we were greeted by Wayne and his team, snorkel fittings, and a cup of 'boeretroos'. Sune, our friend, packed Ouma rusk. Perfect. 

The team at Ponta has an incredible bond with a group of wild dolphins and therefor it's rare to encouter them so naturally. The Dolphin Centre crew's dedication to conservation of their magnificent surroundings are one of the first things you will notice and with their knowledge of the area and these mammals, they intrigue you with stories while you learn more about the dolphins. 

This time around, we didn't spot any fins, unfortunately, but you cannot control nature. Our trip didn't end there, we were taken to a beautiful reef where we spent some time snorkelling – we instantly forgot the MIA mammals. The ocean even made for the perfect setting for a Scenic Session, which in turn contributed to the wrong side of motion sickness. 

Ponta do Ouro, is a special place and not far if you live in the north of the country. So, when planning your next holiday, keep some money aside for your dolphin swim. It's truly amazing.

Check their site out and see what they have to offer:

We will definitely see Wayne and his team at The Dolphin Centre on our next trip to Mozambique.