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Playlist of Robin Auld (musician)

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  • All of woman

    4:38

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    All of woman (Album mix) · Robin Auld and Z-Astaire

    All of Woman

    ℗ 2010 Templit LTD under license from Mountain Records

    Released on: 2010-10-15

    Music Publisher: Songwrights Publishers

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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  • Robin Auld: Baby Youve Been Good To Me

    5:13

    Live with Piet Botha, Mark Haze, Mel Botes and Akkedis brothers (Rudolph Dennis & Arthur Dennis). Barnyard theatre Parkview Pretoria, South Africa. Riders From The Storm 2015. Special moments.
    Camera Sound.

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  • Baby you been good

    3:33

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    Baby you been good · Robin Auld and Z-Astaire

    Baby you been good

    ℗ 2010 Templit LTD under license from Mountain Records

    Released on: 2010-10-01

    Music Publisher: Songwrights Publishers

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Robin Auld Live at Kirstenbosch Gardens, Cape Town

    7:18

    Video from a few years ago at Kirstenbosch with the All Star band Barry van Zyl, Jannie Van Tonder, Nelson Barbosa, Andy Lund and Chris Tokalon...an African version of the Donovan song Rikki Tikki Tavi.



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  • Robin Auld - Perfect Day

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    Featured musicians: Chris Letcher, Yoyo Buys and Kari Paavola.




  • Robin Auld - Long Lost

    5:22

    The legendary Robin Auld performing Long Lost at Rolling Stone's weekly Summer Sessions at Fire & Ice Hotel in Gardens in Cape Town.

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  • Robin Auld - Baby You Been Good

    3:38

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    Featured musicians: Chris Letcher, Yoyo Buys and Kari Paavola.




  • STFD presents Robin Auld at Hout Bay House Concert

    1:11

    A little snippet of Robin Auld from a House show we did in 2018.
    This was at an epic Steampunk inspired home out in Hout Bay!

    #HouseConcert #HouseShowsAreTheBestShows #PopUpEvents

  • Robin Auld - Over the mountain

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    Video shot on location in Cape Town, South Africa by Tonia Selley.
    Featuring musicians: Yoyo Buys and Barry van Zyl.





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  • Robin Auld - Back Of The Line

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    Back Of The Line is taken from Auld's 2014 album Back Of The Line. Available world-wide on all digital music stores incl. iTunes:
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    Back Of The Line is a song for surfers wondering if you're about to be eaten by a large fish. Music video shot off Muizenberg, South Africa.

    About Robin Auld:

    Slide guitar, harmonica, African folk, blues, calypso and soul vocals all feature in the fresh sound of Zambian- born Robin Auld.

    He has released over 20 albums with several radio hits in South Africa, including a number one. He has performed and recorded in London, New York, Nashville, San Francisco, Hamburg and a whole bunch of places in-between. Having worked with both majors and independents, he now releases albums through his own label, Free Lunch which has recently struck a partnership with South African independent label, Next Music in association with The Orchard. Auld is also the author of a book, 'Tight Lines', and a poetry/ short story collection entitled 'Kelp'.

    Based in Cape Town, he tours home and abroad performing both solo acoustic shows and electric gigs with a 3 piece line-up.

    A genuine and unaffected flowing together of cultural strands ... and, unlike a lot of singer-songwriters you can, hell you should, play this loud. Unpeeled UK.
    Sunkissed and generous of melody. Whisperin'and hollerin' Ireland.
    Meltdown, ambient and sublime. Tasty UK.

    Follow Robin Auld on:

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  • Robin Auld - You Came Back @ Muzikstan

    5:02

    Afro - Folk.


  • ROBIN AULD - Zen Surfing

    3:36

    The 1993 promo for the title track of Robin Auld's first Shifty Records album Zen Surfing, shot in and around Cape Town on a shoestring by Lloyd Ross, Shifty supremo and fledgling filmmaker.

    Zen Surfing album download:

  • Baby you been Good

    4:14

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Baby you been Good (Album mix) · Robin Auld and Z-Astaire

    Baby you been good

    ℗ 2010 Templit LTD under license from Mountain Records

    Released on: 2010-10-01

    Music Publisher: Songwrights Publishers

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Robin Auld Which Way To Go On The Beach

    2:55

    Legendary South African singer-songwriter Robin Auld performs a solo acoustic version of the song Which Way To Go which he co-wrote with South African musician, the late James Phillips.

  • Robin Auld - Johnny Too Bad

    5:02

    Recorded live at a house gig in Liverpool. UK. 25th October 2015

  • Robin Auld - Back of the Line

    4:14

    BUY / STREAM:




    NEXT MUSIC:




    COPYRIGHT WARNING: It is illegal to re-upload this content to Private / 3rd party channels without prior consent. Private / 3rd party channels that do so are reported for copyright infringement which will lead to a channels permanent removal from YouTube.

    Released: 3 Nov 2014
    ℗ 2014 Next Music in association with Free Lunch Productions
    #RobinAuld #BackOfTheLine #NextMusicSouthAfrica

  • Robin Auld - Rikki Tikki Tavi

    3:33

    Acoustic rendition of the Donovan classic taken from the Iron in the Sky album.





  • Robin Auld - Zen Surfing in the 3rd World

    3:36

    The single Zen Surfing In The 3rd World recorded by Lloyd Ross at Milestone Studios (featuring Kevin Gibson and Robert Hack).



  • Robin Auld Fortune Teller

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    Featured musicians: Yoyo Buys, Kari Paavola and Chris Letcher




  • Robin Auld - Which Way To Go

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    Recorded live at a house gig in Liverpool. UK. 25th October 2015

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  • Robin Auld - I Got Lucky

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    BBC Radio 2's club of the year Hitchin Folk Club saw yours truly and a boss loop pedal playing this tune from the Diamond of a Day album.



  • S04E19 - Robin Auld Live @ Tune Me What?

    1:30:00

    SA music legend Robin Auld took some time out of his UK tour to pop into Tune Me What?'s London studio. Over cups of tea - naturally - Robin chatted to Brett about life on the road, the state of the music industry, the SABC's controversial local music quota, and a bit about his history and influences, punctuated by spinning a few records. But the best was yet to come! Robin brought along his trusty acoustic guitar and put on an exclusive live performance for Tune Me What? listeners! He playing a few of his own tunes and even threw in a couple of impromptu covers of songs by two of his favourite SA songwriters - which just happen to be TMW's too!

    So sit back for this special 90 minute episode with Robin Auld in conversation and in concert!

    Check out or Robinauldmusic for details of his UK shows this month.

  • Robin Auld - Porgys Lament

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    Electric blues taken from the Fingers In My Pocket album.

    Shot in Leicestershire on a Pentax Optio 1-10, edited in PD9. Fender champ not only a prop...was also used for the recording.




  • Alone but Altogether

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    Collaboration with Ugandan star Bobi Wine, also featuring Amuta Stone of Nigeria, Lumanyano Mzi and Schalk Joubert of South Africa. Recorded and mixed at Shoreline Songs in Kalk Bay. Written by Greg Mills of the Brenthurst Foundation and myself, and featuring contributions from many African leaders, it's a pan African sentiment to encourage people to stay at home during Covid-19. All SA proceeds go to The SA National Musicians Rescue Trust (as currently under negotiation by TUMSA with government and various other stakeholder organizations.)

  • John Ellis + Wendy Oldfield + Robin Auld

    3:56

    A rare jam between South African music legends Wendy Oldfield and Robin Auld, featuring John Ellis in the background, on a song by Wendy entitled Mareya. (July 2012)

  • Bobi Wine, Robin Auld & Greg Mills - Alone but Altogether Official Video

    3:23

    BUY / STREAM and add to your favourite playlists:

    Starring Ugandan reggae icon Bobi Wine and Cape Town’s folk-rock legend Robin Auld, the new release Alone but Altogether expresses a message of solidarity and self-reliance in encouraging Africans to think of each other and not be victims by staying at home to combat the Corona crisis.

    Written and produced by the team of Robin and Greg Mills for The Brenthurst Foundation, the video also features Amuta Stone of Nigeria and other leading musicians and political figures, including more than a dozen past and present African Presidents and heads of government and two Nobel prize laureates, in a powerful (home-based) pan-African collaboration.

    Go to and

    All SA proceeds go to The SA National Musicians Rescue Trust (as currently under negotiation by TUMSA with government and various other stakeholder organisations).

    NEXT MUSIC:




    COPYRIGHT WARNING: It is illegal to re-upload this content to Private / 3rd party channels without prior consent. Private / 3rd party channels that do so are reported for copyright infringement which will lead to a channels permanent removal from YouTube.

    2020 Shoreline Songs under exclusive license to Next Music

    #BobiWine #COVID19 #AloneTogether

  • Robin Auld - Something That I Know

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    Featured musicians: Chris Letcher, Yoyo Buys and Kari Paavola.




  • Robin Auld live at The Annex Winter Series

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    Music Credits

    Back Of The Line - Robin Auld
    Baby You've Been Good - Robin Auld
    Sosheke Town - Robin Auld
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    Filmed on Canon PowerShot SX610HS, Samsung S4 Galaxy
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    If you would like to be featured on DA Musical’s Video Blog or Live & Listening, please contact me on dominic@damusical.com – I’m always on the lookout for some fun tunes and exciting musical content!

  • Robin Auld - Sesheke Town

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    Song written many years ago about black magic around the town of my childhood, Sesheke, on the Zambezi river.



  • Robin Auld - Charly Go Crazy@ Muzikstan

    3:30

    African Swamp Pop


  • Robin Auld - the Old Book Acoustic Feb 2017

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    Get The Old Book on Auld's 2014 album Back Of The Line. Available on all world-wide digital stores incl. iTunes:
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    Acoustic version of The Old Book recorded in Kalk Bay, Cape Town, South Africa, Feb 2017.

    About Robin Auld:

    Slide guitar, harmonica, African folk, blues, calypso and soul vocals all feature in the fresh sound of Zambian- born Robin Auld.

    He has released over 20 albums with several radio hits in South Africa, including a number one. He has performed and recorded in London, New York, Nashville, San Francisco, Hamburg and a whole bunch of places in-between. Having worked with both majors and independents, he now releases albums through his own label, Free Lunch which has recently struck a partnership with South African independent label, Next Music in association with The Orchard. Auld is also the author of a book, 'Tight Lines', and a poetry/ short story collection entitled 'Kelp'.

    Based in Cape Town, he tours home and abroad performing both solo acoustic shows and electric gigs with a 3 piece line-up.

    A genuine and unaffected flowing together of cultural strands ... and, unlike a lot of singer-songwriters you can, hell you should, play this loud. Unpeeled UK.
    Sunkissed and generous of melody. Whisperin'and hollerin' Ireland.
    Meltdown, ambient and sublime. Tasty UK.

    Follow Robin Auld on:

    Facebook:
    Twitter:
    Instagram:
    Soundcloud:
    URL:

    W/Wide Digital Distribution by The Orchard:

  • Robin Auld - All The Girls Cried

    6:08

    Music and lyrics. Recorded at Moon studios in Staten Island New York with Keith Lentin on bass/piano and Anton Fig on drums, mixed by Keith Lentin in Manhattan.




  • Bobby come back

    4:55

    Song for DJ in Durban who refuses to play any homegrown. Like most of SA radio. Features Peter Cohen on drums, Nelson Barbosa on bass and Simon Orange on keys. Mixed by David Langemann.

  • Robin Auld - No Fish Today

    3:59

    Featuring a goema beat by Barry van Zyl, this is a tune about local guys losing their quotas while the big fishing interests carry on scraping the ocean floor...similar issues in the UK.

    Shot in Kalk Bay by Stephen Schmidt.

    Lyrics at




  • Robin Auld - Queen of the River

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    Queen of The River taken from Auld's 2016 release B-Sides & Free Sides. Available across world-wide digital stores incl. iTunes:

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    Country blues song about river pollution. Recorded while living in Hertfordshire, UK.

    About Robin Auld:

    Slide guitar, harmonica, African folk, blues, calypso and soul vocals all feature in the fresh sound of Zambian- born Robin Auld.

    He has released over 20 albums with several radio hits in South Africa, including a number one. He has performed and recorded in London, New York, Nashville, San Francisco, Hamburg and a whole bunch of places in-between. Having worked with both majors and independents, he now releases albums through his own label, Free Lunch which has recently struck a partnership with South African independent label, Next Music in association with The Orchard. Auld is also the author of a book, 'Tight Lines', and a poetry/ short story collection entitled 'Kelp'.

    Based in Cape Town, he tours home and abroad performing both solo acoustic shows and electric gigs with a 3 piece line-up.

    A genuine and unaffected flowing together of cultural strands ... and, unlike a lot of singer-songwriters you can, hell you should, play this loud. Unpeeled UK.
    Sunkissed and generous of melody. Whisperin'and hollerin' Ireland.
    Meltdown, ambient and sublime. Tasty UK.

    Follow Robin Auld on:

    Facebook:
    Twitter:
    Instagram:
    Soundcloud:
    URL:

    W/Wide Digital Distribution by The Orchard:

  • Wendy Oldfield, Robin Auld and Gavin Minter

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    Tour ends with foot stomping, gutsy acoustic grooves at the Barleycorn Music Club, Cape Town, South Africa. 22/07/12

  • Robin Auld - All of Woman

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    Live in Liverpool 26 Oct 15

  • Daily Music Tips: Mauritz Lotz #3 - The Art Of Creating Guitar Parts

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    Mauritz Lotz is a composer, producer, arranger and guitarist from Johannesburg, South Africa. He performs as a session musician as well as a solo artist. He started his musical career in 1980 and his work can be heard on over 4000 recordings.
    In his third of five very insightful videos he talks about some of the techniques he uses to create the best possible guitar parts in a recording session.

    Mauritz Lotz has worked with many South African Artists such as: Mango Groove, Miriam Makeba, Lucky Dube, Hugh Masekela, Coleske, Steve Hofmeyer, Wouter Kellerman, Sterling EQ, Bruce Cassidy, P J Powers, Lionel Bastos, Paul Hamner, Kreesan, Corlea Botha, Jo Black, Ed Jordan, Johannes Kerkorrel, Lesley Rae Dowling, Little Sister, Bles Bridges, Anton Goosen, NiaNell, Laurika Rauch, Joshua Na Die Reen, Eden, Reana Nel, Karen Zoid, Jannie Moolman, Mathys Roetz, Coenie de Villiers, Juanita du Plessis, Drakensberg Boys Choir, Rina Hugo, Zwai Bala, Stimela, Leon Schuster, Bobby van Jaarsveld, Theuns Jordaan, Sibongile Kumalo, Amanda Strydom, Soweto String Quartet, Karin Hougaard, Kevin Leo, Ringo, Emo Adams, Annelie van Rooyen, Neil Soloman, Anna Davel, Vusi Mahlasela, Nataniel, Carike Keuzenkamp, Soweto Gospel Choir, Dozi, Byron Keno, Sonja Herholdt, Chris Chameleon, Jannie du Toit, Piet Botha, Dan Patlansky, Victor Musondo, Ladysmith Black Mambazo, Julius Megan, Robin Auld, Sibongile Ngoma, Joseph Clark, Tim Moloi, Cedric Samson, Elvis Blue, Gloria Bosman, to name but a few.

    Internationally he has worked with Chris de Burgh, Shawn Phillips, Ice Cube, Margaret Becker, Lokua Kanza, Scott Wesley Brown, Dave Matthews, Marta Gomez, Stef Bos, Cristian Mangano, Dave Koz, Maude Myra, Krzesimir Debski, Patrizio, N'Faly Kayoute, Phil Manzenera, Crash Test Dummies.

    As a solo artist he released his debut album 'Six String Razor' in 1990.

    This video contains a short excerpt from:
    NkosiRockInstrumental for hope


    In the Daily Music Tips series, CTMA invites local professional musicians to share some useful music and industry related tips from their wealth of knowledge and experience. The featured Artist of the Week’s series will run from Mondays – Fridays with one tip posted daily. Each week following will showcase a different artist from South Africa.

    The Cape Town Music Academy (CTMA) is a not for profit company creating opportunities for contemporary musicians in communities of the Western Cape, South Africa.For updates and more info follow CTMA on social media:

  • Daily Music Tips: Mauritz Lotz #2 - The Importance Of Simplicity

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    Mauritz Lotz is a composer, producer, arranger and guitarist from Johannesburg, South Africa. He performs as a session musician as well as a solo artist. He started his musical career in 1980 and his work can be heard on over 4000 recordings.
    In his second of five very insightful videos he talks about how playing simple and accurate is often overlooked when you practice even though it can often be the hardest thing to do! Being able to play simple and accurate is a vital skill to have longevity as a working musician.

    Mauritz Lotz has worked with many South African Artists such as: Mango Groove, Miriam Makeba, Lucky Dube, Hugh Masekela, Coleske, Steve Hofmeyer, Wouter Kellerman, Sterling EQ, Bruce Cassidy, P J Powers, Lionel Bastos, Paul Hamner, Kreesan, Corlea Botha, Jo Black, Ed Jordan, Johannes Kerkorrel, Lesley Rae Dowling, Little Sister, Bles Bridges, Anton Goosen, NiaNell, Laurika Rauch, Joshua Na Die Reen, Eden, Reana Nel, Karen Zoid, Jannie Moolman, Mathys Roetz, Coenie de Villiers, Juanita du Plessis, Drakensberg Boys Choir, Rina Hugo, Zwai Bala, Stimela, Leon Schuster, Bobby van Jaarsveld, Theuns Jordaan, Sibongile Kumalo, Amanda Strydom, Soweto String Quartet, Karin Hougaard, Kevin Leo, Ringo, Emo Adams, Annelie van Rooyen, Neil Soloman, Anna Davel, Vusi Mahlasela, Nataniel, Carike Keuzenkamp, Soweto Gospel Choir, Dozi, Byron Keno, Sonja Herholdt, Chris Chameleon, Jannie du Toit, Piet Botha, Dan Patlansky, Victor Musondo, Ladysmith Black Mambazo, Julius Megan, Robin Auld, Sibongile Ngoma, Joseph Clark, Tim Moloi, Cedric Samson, Elvis Blue, Gloria Bosman, to name but a few.

    Internationally he has worked with Chris de Burgh, Shawn Phillips, Ice Cube, Margaret Becker, Lokua Kanza, Scott Wesley Brown, Dave Matthews, Marta Gomez, Stef Bos, Cristian Mangano, Dave Koz, Maude Myra, Krzesimir Debski, Patrizio, N'Faly Kayoute, Phil Manzenera, Crash Test Dummies.

    As a solo artist he released his debut album 'Six String Razor' in 1990.

    This video contains a short excerpt from:
    Legendes 34 - Mauritz Lotz: Unplugged Performance - Desert Rain


    In the Daily Music Tips series, CTMA invites local professional musicians to share some useful music and industry related tips from their wealth of knowledge and experience. The featured Artist of the Week’s series will run from Mondays – Fridays with one tip posted daily. Each week following will showcase a different artist from South Africa.

    The Cape Town Music Academy (CTMA) is a not for profit company creating opportunities for contemporary musicians in communities of the Western Cape, South Africa.For updates and more info follow CTMA on social media:

  • Are U the one

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    This tune from the Zen Surfing album often winds up as a jam session, in this Kalk Bay show it's with Barry Van Zyl and Schalk Joubert.

  • Robin Auld - Thats Too Bad

    5:31

    Recorded live at a house gig in Liverpool. UK. 25th October 2015

  • In The Bay Again

    4:09

    Shot in and around Kalk Bay Harbour by Shaun Cameron.

  • Iron in the sky: DFTV Live Sessions Ft Robin Auld

    4:24

    Live studio recording at Digital Forest Studios, Tokai Cape Town.

  • Something that I know - Robin Auld

    3:46

    Clip from my first live stream Kalk Bay sessions #1

  • I felt you

    3:27

    From the album Heavy water produced by Lloyd Ross in 1996 for Shifty Records.

  • Say the Word

    3:24

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Say the Word · Robin Auld

    Back of the Line

    ℗ 2014 Next Music in association with Free Lunch Productions

    Released on: 2014-11-03

    Music Publisher: Free Lunch Productions

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Love Kills

    4:46

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Love Kills · Robin Auld

    Love Kills - Songs About Girls

    ℗ 2010 Templit LTD for Tin Can Discs

    Released on: 2010-03-19

    Music Publisher: Songwrights Publishers

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Back of the line

    4:27

    Acoustic version of the song recorded at Cake Club in Liverpool.

  • Daily Music Tips: Mauritz Lotz #1 - Always Serve The Music

    1:56

    Mauritz Lotz is a composer, producer, arranger and guitarist from Johannesburg, South Africa. He performs as a session musician as well as a solo artist. He started his musical career in 1980 and his work can be heard on over 4000 recordings.
    In his first of five very insightful videos he talks about how serving the music and having respect for your co-workers are vital ingredients for longevity as a studio and working musician.

    Mauritz Lotz has worked with many South African Artists such as: Mango Groove, Miriam Makeba, Lucky Dube, Hugh Masekela, Coleske, Steve Hofmeyer, Wouter Kellerman, Sterling EQ, Bruce Cassidy, P J Powers, Lionel Bastos, Paul Hamner, Kreesan, Corlea Botha, Jo Black, Ed Jordan, Johannes Kerkorrel, Lesley Rae Dowling, Little Sister, Bles Bridges, Anton Goosen, NiaNell, Laurika Rauch, Joshua Na Die Reen, Eden, Reana Nel, Karen Zoid, Jannie Moolman, Mathys Roetz, Coenie de Villiers, Juanita du Plessis, Drakensberg Boys Choir, Rina Hugo, Zwai Bala, Stimela, Leon Schuster, Bobby van Jaarsveld, Theuns Jordaan, Sibongile Kumalo, Amanda Strydom, Soweto String Quartet, Karin Hougaard, Kevin Leo, Ringo, Emo Adams, Annelie van Rooyen, Neil Soloman, Anna Davel, Vusi Mahlasela, Nataniel, Carike Keuzenkamp, Soweto Gospel Choir, Dozi, Byron Keno, Sonja Herholdt, Chris Chameleon, Jannie du Toit, Piet Botha, Dan Patlansky, Victor Musondo, Ladysmith Black Mambazo, Julius Megan, Robin Auld, Sibongile Ngoma, Joseph Clark, Tim Moloi, Cedric Samson, Elvis Blue, Gloria Bosman, to name but a few.

    Internationally he has worked with Chris de Burgh, Shawn Phillips, Ice Cube, Margaret Becker, Lokua Kanza, Scott Wesley Brown, Dave Matthews, Marta Gomez, Stef Bos, Cristian Mangano, Dave Koz, Maude Myra, Krzesimir Debski, Patrizio, N'Faly Kayoute, Phil Manzenera, Crash Test Dummies.

    As a solo artist he released his debut album 'Six String Razor' in 1990.

    This video contains a short excerpt from:
    Mauritz Lotz op Jukebox


    In the Daily Music Tips series, CTMA invites local professional musicians to share some useful music and industry related tips from their wealth of knowledge and experience. The featured Artist of the Week’s series will run from Mondays – Fridays with one tip posted daily. Each week following will showcase a different artist from South Africa.

    The Cape Town Music Academy (CTMA) is a not for profit company creating opportunities for contemporary musicians in communities of the Western Cape, South Africa.For updates and more info follow CTMA on social media:

  • Robin Auld - Dark End Of The street - Jemmy 09

    4:49

    Robin & Chris Auld performing the song Dark Side Of The Street live at the Jemmy Hirst public house Rawcliffe on June 12th 2009

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