UPDATE: The original article published in the GO! & Express had the date of the event as Sunday June 24. The event actually takes place on Sunday 22 July at 3pm. We apologise for the inconvenience
THE Childhood Cancer Foundation South Africa (CHOC) is hosting a fundraising concert in July at the Guild Theatre. SAMA-nominated musician Garth Taylor will be performing and will be taking audiences on a journey through his illustrious career, starting with the first song he ever wrote at the age of 10, Why, all the way up to his current chart-topper, Crocodile Tears.
Garth Taylor has managed to garner international acclaim with his music. In addition to topping the charts multiple times and being nominated for a South African Music Award, he was also handpicked by none other than Sir Richard Branson to entertain at his son’s wedding in 2013.
Taylor first broke into the music scene in 1998 when his first song, Why, topped the radio charts for five consecutive weeks. It is now considered a classic of South African rock music.
Taylor’s skills as a musician have allowed him to perform with international artists, such as Simply Red, Shaggy, Jonathan Butler, Phil Fearon, Judy Boucher, and Brian McKnight