GO AGAIN Albert Frost will rock the stage tomorrow. Photo: supplied

Rock talent on tap

WILLOW-RUBY VAN DER BERG

 What sounds better than sex, drugs, (beer) and rock ’n’ roll? Absolutely nothing.

Tomorrow The Sir Thomas Brewing Company, located just outside Stellenbosch, is hosting the Analog on Tap event where you can expect to hear top-quality rock tunes.

Arno Carstens, Albert Frost and Matt Carstens will be playing at the event, so you will defi­nitely find yourself headbanging along to a few rock bangers while hydrating yourself with ice-cold craft beer.

“The Analog on Tap event is exciting for me because it is con­centrated around world-class live sound, a journey through acoustic rock to blues rock and great craft beer to make it complete,” said Frost.

This journey is sure to put the grunge back in rock ‘n’ roll with all the raw sounds that make us nostalgic.

“I’m extremely excited about being part of such a cool event. To be jamming it up on a line-up with two SA rock legends is going to be absolutely surreal! Stellenbosch has always been a favourite for many musicians because there’s such an appreciation and love for live music.

“So, I think it’s the perfect place to host something like Analog On Tap. All in all, I don’t think any­one is going to want to miss this show,” said Carstens.

You’ll also be excited to hear that Arno Carstens will not only perform his latest single, “Empire of the Night,” but he will also ex­hibit some of his own paintings and signed prints. These items will all be for sale and Carstens believes that it would make the perfect wall decoration for your new flat. Tickets are sold on Webtickets for the price of R180 and include a surprise gift.

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