Lift-off will begin

And we begin another phase in the life...Pan African Space Station ( or as the devotee say: PASS is about to begin live from Tagore's in Observatory, off of Lower Main Road on Trill Street.

Tonight Ntshuks Bonga on Alto Sax will lead a quartet which includes: the fantastic Brydon Bolton on Bass, the best drummer in the Western Cape, Claude Cozens on Drums...(i've actually run out of flowery adjectives)...and Mark Fansman on Tenor Sax. I'm calling the aggregation Ntshuks' Quartet.

They will be doing an entire improved set this night in Cape Town. It is the inaugural set for this current configuration of PASS. Every Monday night we will broadcast live poetry. Wednesday, Friday and Saturday you will be able to experience live bands. Thursdays will be pleasured by Dj's. The other times you will hear interviews, music, and assorted other "stuff" from the PASS playlist.

Stay tuned 24 hours a day and night...'cause it's gonna be a stone gas.

Gotta go as the show is about to start.

Reality Cape Town

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