From 1966 to 1989 The South African Defense Force (SADF) fought a war on the border between Angola and South West Africa (today known as Namibia). This 23 ye…
Classic, maar dit is die beste video wat ek kon kry. Ek weet nie hoekom Blixem Productions dit nie op Youtube sit nie? Weet julle waar ek ‘n goeie weergawe kan kry?
Ek Val Vir Jou Afrikaans Club Remix. Geniet. Check out my other mixes @ www.soundcloud.com/djkeenz or add me on facebook @ www.facebook.com/djk33nz Created w…
Spontane actie in Café De Tribunal op 19 december 2012!
optreden Maids of the Mill Martinikerk.
Juanita du Plessis sing haar treffer Wit Vlag by die Hart van Windhoek Fees 2010 in Windhoek.
Opgeneem op selfoon, Kyk op die link ( http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XOrVDnurpR0 ) van Ek kan musiek video as jul die oorspronklike musiek video wil kyk van…
Die musiek video vir 7 Jaar het die 2010 MK Tempotoekenning musiek video toekenning gewen. 7 Jaar is die titelsnit van Jan Blohm se album “7 Jaar” Vervaardig…
Great nuwe liedjie van Leah van Niekerk. Ek smaak die song en sy is baie mooi daarby! 🙂
Ons gaan nog baie van haar sien.
Geniet Met Jou Klere Aan deur Leah
Factory (Live at Emperors Palace) CD/ DVD:
Act 2: https://itunes.apple.com/za/album/act-2/id383758265
Factory (Live at Emperors Palace):https://itunes.apple.com/za/album/factory-live-at-emperors-palace/id763474999
Sy’s Al Wat Ons Het: https://itunes.apple.com/za/album/sys-al-wat-ons-het-single/id717815445
Act 1: https://itunes.apple.com/za/album/act-1/id263021872
I Wear White: https://itunes.apple.com/za/album/i-wear-white/id263187758
Slow Tear: https://itunes.apple.com/za/album/slow-tear/id263016255
Dance ’til I Break: https://itunes.apple.com/za/album/dance-till-i-break/id292999809
Will He Weep: https://itunes.apple.com/za/album/will-he-weep/id292994045
Music video by Heinz Winckler performing Chasing Shadows. (C) 2004 BMG Africa (Pty) Ltd
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Music video by ADAM performing Dis Al Wat Ek Het. (C) 2017 Luisternet Musiek/Universal Music
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Music video by Kurt Darren. Platinum selling Afrikaans artists from South Africa. Select Musiek Records. For more visit http://www.kurtdarren.co.za.
Dit is Zinkplaat se 4de Video. Neels van Jaarsveld is die regisseur en speel ook Elvis. Stephanus Rabie is producer en Zinkplaat speel hulleself en ‘n paar w…
Artist: Laurika Rauch – Country: South Africa – Date: 1983.
Dans Dans Lisa se nuwe album Pyl & Boog Video Produksie deur plastiek – www.plastiek.tv.
A Fly On The Wall production. Made after the release of the Forgive Them For They Do Not Know What They Do documentary.
Dans Dans Lisa het saam met Frankie gekuier by Hoor Hoor, en hier is die liedjie Dwaas.
Die bekende Afrikaanse sanger Ricus Nel het nie ‘n “padkaart” nodig om by die jagveld uit te kom nie.
Kyk na die kort video en sien self wat Ricus oor jag sê.
BAIE DANKIE AAN MIKE HOWELL VIR DIE LIEDJIE!
South African artist born in Nigel, Johannesburg, on 1 December 1952. She started singing at the age of three, accompanied by her mother, a piano teacher and vocal coach. After school she studied teaching at the Johannesburg (Goudstad) College of Education, where she met a young lecturer, FC Hamman, at the nearby Art School. He was also a freelance cameraman, and while he was filming the Afrikaans drama “Sarah”, Sonja introduced him to the song “Ek Verlang na Jou”, and he decided to have her record it and then include it in the film. Released as a 7” single to coincide with the release of the film, the song became an absolute cultural phenomenon and launched her hugely successful singing career.
The impact of the song led to her receiving a Sarie (South African Recording Industry) Award as Best Female Singer in 1975, and it was to be Sonja’s first Gold Record.
Sonja and FC Hamman were married in January of 1976, and later that year her first album, “Sonja”, was released. She again won the SARIE for Best Female Artist (as well as for Best Album) in that year, and went on the win a SARIE each year up to 1980. All in all she won a record eight Sarie Awards during her distinguished career.
In 1979 she fulfilled a lifelong dream of becoming an actress by starring in the locally produced film, “Sing vir die Harlekyn”, and she also starred in the Natal Performing Arts Council (NAPAC) pantomime production of “Cinderella”.
She has the distinction of having been the first South African singer to be invited to Hilversum in the Netherlands for television recordings commissioned by the country’s national broadcaster. She recorded her hit “Oberammergau” in Dutch and it scored well on the local charts, also going to 5th place in Belgium. In 1989, following a move into the Gospel market, Sonja was invited to perform at a Prayer Breakfast organized by the National Religious Broadcasting Corporation in Washington. Her performance, which coincided with the launch of her Gospel album “The Warrior is a Child”, was broadcast nationally and one of the guests in attendance was the USA’s Vice-President.
From 1982 to 1991, Sonja and FC’s four children were born: Claudia (1982), Simeon (1985), Jesse (1987) and Timothy (1991).
Following a serious motorcar accident in 1996, she brought about a series of important changes in her life – she decided to divorce after a marriage of 21 years, and to also actively pursue her singing career again. In 2000 she released the album “Reconstructing Alice”, a profoundly personal and introspective musical journey that was hailed a masterpiece and a tour de force by critics. In 2002, she decided to do a hip, nostalgic retrospective of her old hits and release it herself, “Sonjare”, in the process establishing her own recording company, Son Music. In 2003 she started her InCelebration campaign, a celebration of womanhood and a message of hope. An official biography, “Sonja: Meisie van Nigel”, was released in 2007, a collaboration with friend and songwriter Carel Cronjé.
This is the Dutch version of the 7″ single, “Oberammergau”, released in 1980.
NOTE: The song is almost 40 years old and depicts a very youthful Sonja, both in terms of her voice and rendition. It would be well worth your while to listen to her more recent, and profoundly more mature, recordings.
Music video by Beres Hammond performing I Feel Good Official Music Video.
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