Back by popular demand - Tanja Storm pays tribute to Eva Cassidy.
Eva Marie Cassidy was an American singer known for her interpretations of Jazz and Blues. She
was practically unknown outside her hometown, until her posthumous recognition...
Somewhere Over the Rainbow, Fields of Gold and Songbird were but a few of the songs she
delivered so beautifully, until her passing in 1996.
Tanja Storm is a multi-talented and skilled vocalist, instrumentalist and musical director. She
released her debut album in 2009, with her first music video, “Tevergeefs”, being broadcast on
KykNet. Recently returning to a recording studio after years of successful projects with various
cover bands and theatre work, numerous of her latest singles have hit number 1 on our local SA
music charts. Her much anticipated second music video, Môreson”, was also broadcast on
KykNet and her new album, titled "Ek is Oppad" was released in July 2019. She has shared
stages with some of SA's top artists and now she pays tribute to Eva Cassidy.
The Eva Cassidy Story is a heart-tugging tribute and live concert experience that journeys
through Eva's incredible catalogue of work. This show features all of Eva's greatest hits
performed by the diverse Tanja Storm and fellow musicians, Charlie Winter & MoT.
Sit back and allow yourself to be transported back in time on this nostalgic journey.
"A very special, multi-faceted and talented young lady who is driven by a love for what she does
-and it shows. She also has a magnificent voice and knows how to use it whether rocking flat out
or crooning a gentle balled. Miss her and miss out!"
"Well presented and put together. Trio worked well together with humour coming through. Eva
Cassidy is very hard to emulate as she had such a unique range and style."
"It was the first time that I listened to Tanja Storm - and what a pleasure it was, especially her
renditions of Eva Cassidy's wonderful type of singing. Also, her simultaneous accompaniment on
the piano was top-class. I also am a pianist of sorts and can assure you that she could have
embarked on a career relying solely on her pianist skill - and to accompany your own singing is
no mean achievement."