THE smooth sounds of amazing voices are making their way towards Port Elizabeth and the Boardwalk Amphitheatre tomorrow night.
Showcasing silky sounds while wooing audiences, The Voice is fronted by 2010 SA’s Got Talent winner, former street sweeper James Bhemgee and runner-up, policewoman Madalene Abrahams, flanked by the highly talented Bay musical divas, Christina Williams and Donna Africa.
Winning over viewers and judges alike with their powerful soaring vocals, Bhemgee and Abrahams will re-live their world class performance by singing the same songs they sung at the second season of SA’s Got Talent from the audition process all the way to the grand finale.
Bhemgee swept away the Port Elizabeth audience with his soaring vocals and his true, heartfelt empathy with the opera arias he was singing at a sold-out show in August.
Since bursting into the music scene, the pair released their debut albums and have shared the stage with names such as Judy Boucher, Welsh singer Katherine Jenkins, Sibongile Khumalo and Andre Rieu and his Johann Strauss Orchestra.
Doors open at 7pm and the show starts at 8pm. Tickets are R120 each and can be purchased at Computicket or by calling Jason Gabriel on 082-643-6000.
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