Simon & Garfunkel Meet The Beatles


Duck Chowles and Andy Murray reunite to bring you an acoustic evening of music and harmony, featuring the greatest hits of Simon and Garfunkel and The Beatles. Their voices blend in perfect harmony to some of the greatest songs ever written in popular music. Andy Murray features on lead vocals and lead acoustic guitar and Duck Chowles on lead vocals, acoustic guitar and percussion.

Duck Chowles and Andy Murray have been at the forefront of the South African entertainment industry for more than 3 decades. They started working together in 1993 at The National Arts Festival in Grahamstown, in a Tribute to The Rolling Stones, called “Sticky Fingers”. They continued performing together in countless hit shows such as “Sixty Something”, “Roll over Beethoven”, “Glory Days”, “Station 70” and many more.

Their perfect harmony blend for The Beatles’ sound is one of their trademarks, and they toured with the hit show, “The Fab 4”- A Tribute to The Beatles throughout South Africa, Zimbabwe and Namibia and enjoyed sold-out performances at the Madinat Theatre, situated in the exclusive Jumeirah Hotel in Dubai, in 2013.

They reunite in a special tribute to the music of Simon and Garfunkel and The Beatles in an intimate acoustic show, celebrating two of the greatest and most influential musical groups of all time.

The Beatles catalogue is represented from their early days with hits such as She Loves You, A Hard Day’s Night , I Want to Hold Your Hand and Eight Days A Week to the early Paul Simon compositions such as Homeward Bound, America and Mrs Robinson. Highlights in the show include the beautiful, iconic The Sounds of Silence and Here Comes the Sun – while rocking the house with Come Together and Get Back. The party gets underway with sing-alongs such as Hey Jude, Cecelia, Ob La Di, Ob La Da and Bye, Bye Love.

Join Duck Chowles and Andy Murray in a special performance and nostalgic blast from the past, with music that is uplifting and everlasting.

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