Guy Buttery

 

“Guy Buttery is something of a National treasure”, says South Africa’s leading newspaper The Mercury.

As an internationally recognised musician, this multi-instrumentalist enjoys invitations to play sell-out performances all over the globe. The USA, UK, Australia, France, Brazil, and Italy have all welcomed him back year after year. However, to simply label Guy Buttery as one of South Africa’s musical phenoms would be an injustice. His international role has surpassed merely performing concerts to foreign audiences. It has evolved into one as an ambassador of South African music, inspiring people across the world with his homegrown style at the very heart of his talent and tenacity. Guy’s distinct unification of South African guitar music is the musical advocate for everything positive and beautiful about the place he calls home.

At the age of 18, Guy Buttery’s debut album was nominated for ‘Best Newcomer’ and ‘Best Instrumental’ at the South African Music Awards (SAMA’s) making him the youngest nominee in the history of the event. Guy then went on to collect two SAMA’s in 2010 and again in 2014. He has also received numerous other major National accolades including the Ovation Award for his live performances at the National Arts Festival, and has been honoured with more of these prestigious awards than any other artist.

Guy was then invited to perform his works with the 52-piece KZN Philharmonic Orchestra, dubbed “Africa’s greatest ensemble” with his solo performance voted “Top Live Show” by The Cape Times and was selected by the public as one of South Africa’s Top Young Personalities by The Mail & Guardian. In 2018, Guy received the highest accolade for a musician in South Africa and was awarded the Standard Bank Young Artist Award. In almost 4 decades of honouring artist throughout the country, this was the

first time since its inception that the award was presented to a musician outside of the classical realm.

Buttery has worked with an incredible myriad of artists including Dave Matthews, Jethro Tull, Vusi Mahlasela, multiple Grammy Award Winner Will Ackerman, Salif Keita, Preston Reed, Kaki King, The Violent Femmes, Jon Gomm and countless others. The media has cited him “as one of the finest exponents of the acoustic guitar in the World.” Expect high dynamics, deep grooves, delicate African inflections and mind-bending guitar playing of an entirely new order.

NEW RELEASE

Enjoy this atmospheric world-folk cross over album by Guy Buttery and Kanda Nadahari called Nadi. Now available on all digital platforms.    >>>>LISTEN HERE<<<<

Early birds – Standard R120 (Until 29 November)
– Pensioner/Student R100

After – R150 Standard
– R130 Pensioner/Student

Children Under 12 – R30

Door open – 18h30
Show starts – 19h00
Interval – 19h45 (Dinner)
Show resumes – 20h00

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We do not serve any liquor on the premises, feel free to bring your own. We provide the glasses

Pre orders for food are essential with ticket purchase via Quicket (The food options pop up after you select your ticket)

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Yes. We don't have a liquor license, but any drinks are welcome.

Yes, children are welcome, provided they are supervised at all times and don't disturb the show for other audience members.

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  • Start Date
    12th Dec 2019 19:00
  • Status
    Upcoming
  • Address
    8 Axminster Rd, Muizenberg, 7945
  • Phone
    0625755795/0769632658
  • Email
    info@rootspring.co.za