BILLY SUTER reviews the latest supper show by versatile and popular Durban band The Reals, headed by singer-guitarist Barry Thomson. It’s a fine salute to rock guitar legends. … More Thunderingly good entertainment!
BILLY SUTER reviews the latest show by Durban band The Reals – “Hot August Night”, a tribute to the music of Neil Diamond. It’s virtually fully booked this weekend. … More A Reals gem, a sparkler of note
BILLY SUTER reviews Durban band The Reals’ tribute to Rodriguez which forms part of the band’s mini festival of shows at the Rhumbelow Theatre at Tina’s Hotel in Kloof. … More In mellow mode with Rodriguez
BILLY SUTER with an occasional column in which he chats to popular musicians about musical likes and dislikes. The spotlight is on seasoned Durban drummer Mali Sewell of The Reals.
… More Sound Bites: Mali Sewell, The Reals
BILLY SUTER and The Rhumbelow Theatre in Kloof are giving away a table for six people to attend the opening of a new show by The Reals with Neill Solomon and Dan Chiorboli. … More Win tickets to The Reals’ new show
BILLY SUTER reviews the latest showband entertainment by versatile Durban band The Reals with guest, singer-guitarist Shaun Dragt. It has performances throughout August. … More The Reals hit bullseye!
BILLY SUTER reviews “Poetry in Music”, the new Durban show by local showband The Reals and friends. It offers something for all age groups and has a more theatrical leaning. … More Fun in a salute to poetic lyrics
BILLY SUTER offers 8 tickets to the December 16 performance of a new show by The Reals. He also chats to the group’s Dawn Selby… about sad farewells and a Uriah Heep member. … More Win tickets for 8 to see The Reals
BILLY SUTER reviews the new show by Durban’s The Reals – a showband entertainment in which the versatile team pays tribute to British bands Badfinger and Bad Company. … More A rocking nod to British bands
BILLY SUTER reports on “The Long Road to Rock”, the” new show by Durban’s The Reals showband — a mix of golden greats and some curiosities. … More Nodding to more recent rock