Saturday 9 December 2017


The Musos Inc group has 5 to six events annually where well known artists volunteer their service to help raise funds for assisting those msicians lees fortunate than us.

The event has  a star studded "cast"of some our best known musicians.

Always an event to be remembered.

I have been privileged over the last years to be one of the official photographers for the event. 

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Drummer of note John Marshall celebrating his 90 th birthday at the event.and  going strong, still doing several gigs a week
John Rautenbach still doing what he has always done on his double bass.
Left to Right: Steve Ashley and Brian Legassick of the Staccatos with Ebeth and Lance James, one of our favourite Country stars.
Annabel Linder remains as always, Annabel.

Steve Ashley waving his finger at my trusty Nikon

The resident Musos Inc band with Melody Bracy on the mike

Andre Hattingh on the right with her sister on the left

Roy van der Walt on the left with Greg Brown

Lance James with Johnny Kongos of Johnny and the G Men and Brian Legassick of the StaCCATOS

Maureen Donne and her sister Val enjoying the function
MC and Chairman of Musos Inc Mr Ian Flint

John Marshall taking a bow in honour of his 90th birthday
Lance James doing what he does best.

Rina Hugo also graced us with her presence.
Another brilliant drummer Tony Yoko

On the right is Benny Michel of the Benny Michel Band.In the middle is my Dad Willie Pokroy who played in Benny's band in the late 1940's and early fifties,They are still friends and are 94 and 93 years old respectively.

Andre Steenkamp, the "Siver Fox"' on drums and currently has his own band It Takes Four.
Heinrich Sutton is the youngest performer to perform at Musos Inc

Heinrich on Keyboards with Charlie Johnstone bssist of It Takes Four

Billy Forrest needs no intro.

Rina and her husband Johan

Harry Talas is evergreen. He played at my wedding nearly 40 years back.
Jenny Cantan

Brian Mulder gave a performance of note.
Another evergreen, Melody Bracy

Clive Bruce and Greg Brown deep in concentration
Brian Legassick of the Staccatos

GP van Oudtshoorn, singer from It Takes Four.