‘South Africa’s best kept secret’ is what well known radio deejays are calling Capri singer/songwriter Jeremy Olivier after hearing his smash hit Serendipity. Serendipity, co -written with his wife Nicole, is currently all over South Africa’s radio waves and Scenic South residents will have a chance to sing along to this hit and more of Olivier’s music at Café Roux in Noordhoek on Sunday18 March.
Jeremy Olivier is no stranger to the big stage having performed with the likes of George Benson, Johnny Clegg and Welsh star Katherine Jenkins. He is now fast becoming recognised as an artist in his own right with the release of Serendipity.
“Nicole and I make a great songwriting team and it was especially easy to write the lyrics for Serendipity together as the song reflects our own real-life love story,” says Jeremy.
Jeremy is currently working on a full album which promises more of the same beautiful vocals and catchy melodies and is due to be released later this year. Father of five and a graduate of UCT’s College of Music with a degree in Jazz Performance, this family man is a sought-after, soulful performer with a reputation for drawing in audiences and keeping them captivated.
Jeremy will be performing on Sunday 18 March between 14:30 and 17:30 at Café Roux in Noordhoek. Space is limited so reserve your table for lunch on 021 789 2538. For those not so fortunate to reserve a table for lunch, pop down from 3:30 onwards and enjoy an early sundowner whilst enjoying Jeremy’s music and the ambience. For more information about Jeremy visit www.jeremyolivier.com