Friday, November 12, 2010

Peyton Amber - "PATENT" CD

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Peyton Amber, born 16 May 1994, is the youngest of three siblings from the North Eastern suburbs. She discovered her love for music at a very young age and decided to pursue singing as a career. Peyton currently attends school at TTA (The Training Academy) in Edenvale, Johannesburg. She started her music career singing in various karaoke competitions. In May 2009, she placed 3rd in a competition held by Karaoke Connection in East Rand. She frequently sang as a guest artist with Southern Comfort (a 2-piece group) at pubs and restaurants in the Midrand and East Rand such as the Keg, Trotters and Saints. In May 2010, Peyton joined the Pizzazz Entertainment, to do a 4 night show at Wits theatre, which was a very beneficial experience for her. She has started to perform solo in restaurants and feels at home singing to people.


Her hobbies include fashion, golf and high jump, where she excels in at school. She has a deep appreciation for modern art as well as tattoos. Her main interest is music, and she is influenced by Paramore, Flyleaf and Celine Dion. She is broadening her music talent by taking guitar, piano and vocal courses.












In 1980 Butch Brocco formed the band with Patric Van Blerk’s guidance called “BUTCH”. He
released a self composed single called “Café Casablanca” about a coffee bar in Rocky Street,
Johannesburg. The song received extensive airplay and was regarded as a “radio hit” because it was played three times a day for 11 weeks on Radio 702 (a music station at the time). “BUTCH” was nominated for the Sarie Awards in the same year. The band was popular on the club circuit after which the members of the band pursued their own interests.

   
The 7" single above  and the menu cover below.


Click on above images to go to the Facebook page.



Café Casablanca: The Video


In 2000, Butch Brocco formed a record label called “Ridge Music” to release a CD of self composed songs for a kids group (the “Sugar Kids”). He managed them together with Jenny Ramie. The CD was sold at various gigs where they performed.
The “Sugar Kids” enjoyed success by performing at shopping centres and had the privilege to perform at Nelson Mandela’s Children Day at Zoo Lake. The group was together for four years and then disbanded and Ridge Music was put on hold.




In 2009, Ridge Music CC was reformed and a studio was built and equipped at 42 Hannaben Street, Linksfield Ridge by Butch Brocco. At the same time he was introduced
to “Peyton Amber” where she was performing at a restaurant in Boksburg. Butch and Peyton collaborated to do their first CD “PATENT”. This took a year and a half to record as Peyton is still at school and Butch has a construction company.












Butch has now taken over managing Peyton’s career through Ride Music.
After a lot of hard work and dedication Peyton and Butch are proud of the final result andhope to get the deserved support by all in the Industry and the public.







 
WEBSITE: Peyton Amber

Facebook: Peyton Amber

My Space: Peyton Amber

Email: butchbrocco@icon.co.za

Telephone: +27 82 900 3965


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2 comments:

  1. realy super post.....so impresive.....i like this post very much.

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  2. Emo music from South Africa? it sounds interesting, I'll definitely have to check it out. I'm more of a Tool and Pearl Jam kinda dude, but it never hurts to try something new once in a while.

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