An exclusive celebration this New Year’s Eve with Mark Haze !

The new V&A Market on the Wharf at V & A Waterfront will be playing host to an exclusive celebration this New Year’s Eve,

featuring

Tombstone Pete

Natasha Meister

Jack Mantis Band

and

Mark Haze.

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Is this the top song of 2012?

HEART 104.9FM TOP 30 of 2012 (Part 2 of Top 50)
POS ARTIST SONG TITLE W.O.C. PEAK W.A.P. LAST YEAR
1 CEE LO GREEN I WANT YOU 36 1 5
2 RIHANNA feat. CALVIN HARRIS WE FOUND LOVE 30 1 5
3 R KELLY FEELIN’ SINGLE 24 1 4
4 ERIC BENET HARRIET JONES 11 1 4
5 USHER CLIMAX 31 1 3
6 OLLY MURS DANCE WITH ME TONIGHT 23 1 3
7 HOT CHELLE RAE TONIGHT TONIGHT 21 1 3 88
8 KELLY ROWLAND feat. FUTURE & BEI MAEJOR NEED A REASON 19 1 3
9 JOHN LEGEND feat. LUDACRIS TONIGHT (BEST YOU EVER HAD) 40 1 2
10 MI CASA LA VIDA 27 1 2
11 DAVID GUETTA feat. USHER WITHOUT YOU 26 1 2
12 DONALD I DESERVE 22 1 2
13 GOTYE feat. KIMBRA SOMEBODY THAT I USED TO KNOW 18 1 2
14 WHITNEY HOUSTON & JORDIN SPARKS CELEBRATE 16 1 2
15 JIMMY NEVIS HEART BOXING 15 1 2
16 MARIO OGLE TECHNO FANCY 11 1 2 58
17 D’BANJ OLIVER TWIST 16 1 1
18 ALICIA KEYS GIRL ON FIRE 12 1 1
19 MIGUEL ADORN 8 1 1
20 MAROON 5 feat. CHRISTINA AGUILERA MOVES LIKE JAGGER 6 1 1 7
21 CHRIS BROWN SWEET LOVE 27 2 3
22 DRAKE feat. RIHANNA TAKE CARE 42 2 2
23 SPIRITCHASER THESE TEARS 21 2 2 18
24 DAVID GUETTA feat. SIA TITANIUM 20 2 2
25 R KELLY SHARE MY LOVE 32 2 1
26 MI CASA HEAVENLY SENT 30 2 1
27 RIHANNA DIAMONDS 4 2 1
28 NABIHA NEVER PLAYED THE BASS 23 3 2
29 CHAD SAAIMAN BANG X2 22 3 1
30 NICOS V feat. KEENO LEE BREATHE YOU IN 21 3 1

HEART 104.9FM TOP 50 of 2012 (Part 1 – Numbers 50-31)

HEART 104.9FM TOP 50 of 2012 (Part 1 – Numbers 50-31)
POS ARTIST SONG TITLE W.O.C. PEAK W.A.P. LAST YEAR
31 USHER feat. RICK ROSS LEMME SEE 21 3 1
32 LIQUIDEEP STILL 18 3 1 106
33 BEYONCE LOVE ON TOP 14 3 1 2
34 ADELE SKYFALL 2 3 1
35 USHER DIVE 10 4 2
36 TOYA DELAZY LOVE IS IN THE AIR 35 4 1
37 MI CASA THESE STREETS 19 4 1 93
38 ANGIE STONE BACK UP PLAN 9 4 1
39 NE-YO LET ME LOVE YOU (UNTIL YOU LEARN TO LOVE YOURSELF) 5 4 1
40 FRANK OCEAN SWEET LIFE 13 5 6
41 EMELI SANDE NEXT TO ME 18 5 2
42 ADELE RUMOUR HAS IT 23 5 1 110
43 MI CASA I’LL BE THERE FOR YOU 21 5 1
44 CALVIN HARRIS feat. NE-YO LET’S GO 24 6 2
45 DENIM WE OWN THE NIGHT 21 6 2
46 TOYA DELAZY PUMP IT ON 20 6 2
47 MAROON 5 ONE MORE NIGHT 13 6 2
48 CLAUDIA MOHR AFRICAN HELLO 6 7 4 56
49 GB COLLECTIVE feat. CHAD SAAIMAN THAT WOULD BE ALL 24 7 1
50 DONALD DENIAL 18 7 1

MACSTANLEY V&A Waterfront Amphitheatre today – Thurs 27 Dec from 6pm-7pm

MACSTANLEY live at the V&A Waterfront Amphitheatre today

– Thurs 27 Dec

from 6pm-7pm.

FREE performance.

Copies of the brand new album – “Lucid, Alive & Dreaming” will be on sale..

TOP 20 SA Songs of 2012 on Heart 104.9FM.

Here are the official TOP 20 SA Songs of 2012 for your perusal:

W.O.C. = Week’s On Chart in 2012

Peak = Peak position for 2012

W.A.P. = Number of Week’s spent at Peak Position in 2012

THE HEART 104.9FM SA TOP 20 OF 2012
POS. ARTIST SONG TITLE W.O.C. PEAK W.A.P.
1 GB COLLECTIVE FT CHAD SAAIMAN THAT WOULD BE ALL 14 1 5
2 MI CASA THESE STREETS 12 1 5
3 NICOS V feat. KEENO LEE BREATHE YOU IN 19 1 4
4 CHAD SAAIMAN BANG X2 16 1 4
5 MI CASA HEAVENLY SENT 16 1 4
6 MI CASA LA VIDA 14 1 4
7 MI CASA I’LL BE THERE FOR YOU 14 1 4
8 JIMMY NEVIS HEART BOXING 17 1 3
9 DONALD I DESERVE 14 1 3
10 DONALD DENIAL 14 1 3
11 KABELO ICE CREAM SODA 6 1 3
12 TOYA DELAZY LOVE IS IN THE AIR 18 1 2
13 SAM WORLD feat. FRANKI M FEEL GOOD 16 1 2
14 KHAYA MOVE 9 1 2
15 MARIO OGLE CRAZY 18 1 1
16 TRENTON & FREE RADICAL FT MAXI JAZZ TOMORROW’S DAY 17 1 1
17 CLAIRE PHILLIPS LITTLE THINGS 19 2 2
18 JIMMY NEVIS ELEPHANT SHOES 14 2 2
19 TOYA DELAZY PUMP IT ON 14 2 2
20 DJ DIGGY BONGZ WHERE IS THE LOVE 12 2 2

A point to consider for Bands in 2013

Touring. Because that’s where the money is.

And the way you make money today is to forget everything you knew about yesterday.

You’ve got to stop holding back and start giving in.

Say yes, not no !!

Music Exchange – SA’s 3rd independent music Conference | 21-22 March 2013- Success Stori es

Music Exchange – South Africa’s 3rd independent music Conference | 21-22 March 2013

Music Exchange is a 2 day conference where seasoned professionals come together to impart their knowledge of the industry. They are encouraged to give real life scenarios and engage with delegates at the conference. Empowering them with tools to enable them to make a sustainable living out of their passion for music. Delegates after attending the Conference will thus gain a better understanding of “The business of Music”:

Success Stories

We spoke to the speakers and panelists of past conferences to find out how they gainedfrom this integral Music Conference:

What sort of interactions did you have with conference attendees? “Actually quite a lot of interactions during one-on-one sessions, breaks and at Zula bar. I’ve met quite a few artists and labels who were interested in getting into business with my company. I will definitely be a part of it next year,” said Yoel Kenan, Keevision.“I’ve been to many conferences, but this one stands out as the one with the highest face to face interaction and the one where I met the highest proportion of delegates after my presentation,” added lawyer Nick Matzukis.

Did you see benefits being imparted to them – not only from you, but others as well? If so, in what ways?

“Music Exchange had the result of tangibly opening up the “mysteries” of the industry to people who were keen enough to attend,” said Stuart Rubin, former Senior Vice President International Commercial Marketing Group for Sony BMG, “Thespeakers were experienced, practical and open people who had no reason not to answer candidly when asked – this definitely benefited delegates.”

“Absolutely yes! Every panelist and speaker delivered real information in a fresh and engaging way, putting attendees at ease. This is turn made for great debates and conversations during and after each session,” continued Jason Curtis, a long standing music journalist, “Music Exchange has started a dialogue that’s been sorely missing in the South African music and entertainment industry and the sheer swell of support for the inaugural conference proves that people are keen to be empowered and, more importantly, share knowledge and experience to the collective benefit of all who actively participate in the space now created.”

Did you experience personal interaction with any of the speakers and panelists during the conference? How did these interactions benefit you?

“My personal interaction with speakers and panelists during the conference was incredibly beneficial,” said Shannon Hope, an aspiring artist from Durban, “While the independent road is still a daunting one, looking back on the wealth of information communicated, and having networked with artists who have and are marketing, managing and successfully promoting themselves, it is possible, albeit with limited resources, to gain some headway independently, and having gained some key insight into industry workings, I feel I am more equipped to do so.”

Music Exchange was a valuable experience, we had the opportunity to pick the brains of tons of professionals in our field,” was the comment made by up and coming SA band Evolver, “It was pretty frightening to see the lack of support from the locally based major record labels however it is fantastic to see the love of music exude from these delegates and how they aim at improving the standard of music management in South Africa.”

Heinrich Franz – I am grateful for the opportunity to contribute positively toward (what I consider) the most important convention of minds within the South African music industry. Upon my first visit to the ‘Music Exchange’, I found the occasion to be one of great value for independent artists especially. I am unaware of an alternative forum where as holistic an approach to industry possibilities and learning are on offer in such an engaging setting and, where the content is shared by thoroughbred industry professionals and veterans from various industries and parts of the globe. I am pleased to have read that the conference now carries endorsements by both ‘SAMRO’ and the ‘City of Cape Town’. Even without their endorsements, the ‘Music Exchange’ would still be a phenomenal value proposition for any industry participant or enthusiast. That said, given all the other malarkey they attach their names to, it is refreshing to finally see them endorse something of actual value for a change. As practical examples of the immense value the ‘Music Exchange’ has offered me as a now independent recording artist, I first discovered Brian Currin at the ‘Music Exchange’ and, he and I now work closely together on my web presence as an independent recording artist and industry contributor. I also discovered the inimitable Nick Matzukis with whom I will be working as closely with as of next year.

Which speeches/panel discussions were of most relevance to you and what did you take away from them?

“Nick Matsukis’ speech was of particular value to me, as was Peter Lacey’s talk,” said Jordi Reddy of The Sleepers, “It is evident that I was more interested in the inner workings of the music industry and the financial breakdown. This is information that is generally not easy to come by in general conversation.”

“We have also collaborated on the business front with regards to marketing strategies and constructive criticism of our music,” continued Reddy.

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