Willem Moller and Steve Louw for intimate show at Alama Cafe in Cape Town on Saturday night 23 November at 8pm

Willem Moller and Steve Louw are 2 amazing artists who have amazing songs and stories to tell

-They will be at the The Alma Cafe on Saturday night 23 November -starting 8pm

I chatted to Steve last night ahead of the show

When are you happiest?

Playing guitar either on stage or in the studio.

What does music mean to you?

It is a way to move into another world.

What is the most enjoyable aspect of your work ?

Writing songs, to hear music that came in from the universe.

Are you Famous ?


What do you think of Influencers ?

Probably just part of culture.

What drives you…. Ego or Humility?

Any funny moments on stage?

Yes,when the bass player had to play the opening riff of I Wonder about twenty times before Rodriguez came on stage, but the audience still went crazy.

Your heroes?

Barack Obama, Dalai Lama

Which living person do you admire most and why?

Dalai Lama for his humility, humour and wisdom.

What is your most treasured possession?

My home.

It’s your round what are you drinking?


Dream gig to do?

A NYC club gig.

What makes you stand out?

My one pupil is bigger than the other one.



If you were not a musician what would you do?

Be involved in Nature Conservation.

5 Favourite albums of all time ?

Music from Big Pink

Abbey Road
Kind of Blue
Blood on the Tracks
After the Goldrush

Greatest Movie Ever Made?


What song changed your life?

There are so many great songs but I don’t think any are life changing.

Who do you love?

My Family

What is your favorite word?


Favorite Fashion Garment

My leather flying jacket

Your greatest achievement?

Making it this far down the track.

What do you complain about most often?


What is your fear?

Confined spaces.

Happiness is?

The wide open plains of the world.

On stage I tend to?

Play guitar and sing.

If you are walking on stage for a keynote speech alla Barak Obama what song would you use and why?

Born to Run,it is inspirational, and has a great riff.

The best life lesson you have been taught?

Work hard and be humble.

Do you get worked up whilst watching a sports game on TV ?


Where would you like to be right now?

Where I am,here at home.

Do you do charity work and if you do –what do you do ?

I am involved in nature Conservation.

Wishes and dreams ?

To keep writing songs and making albums.

Steve Louw and Big Sky who were the support act for 1998 Rodriguez tour of SA for Acoustic Show Sunday 17 March -Alma Cafe Rosebank

Steve Louw and Big Sky who were the support act for 1998 Rodriguez tour of SA will do an Acoustic Show on Sunday 17 March at Alma Cafe Rosebank .
Steve Louw the frontman of the band remarked that due to the unprecedented success of movie “Searching for Sugarman friends and fans have been asking for a show featuring myself and Willem Moller who people have seen at length in the movie.

Hence the show on Sunday 17 March at Alma Cafe in Rosebank .The performance will be just Willem and Steve playing all the hits and more and telling stories in an acoustic performance.

Alma cafe is and ideal venue for this, The venue is intimate and booking is essential .@ 021 685 7377 ( 20 Alma Road Rosebank)



Legendary South African rock ‘n’ roll stalwarts Big Sky will do one of their rare live performances at die Boer in Durbanville.

The band, led by singer/songwriter Steve Louw, was so blown away by the audience reaction during their previous visit, that it was decided to do another show at this venue. Fans can expect a selection of the many hits songs from the band’s 20-year career including tracks from the album, Trancas Canyon, recorded last year.

There are not too many bands of this quality to be found on South African stages, so don’t miss this chance.

Copies of Big Sky’s DVD which was filmed last year at the Little Theatre will be on sale.

Tickets cost R70.00 . Show starts at 8pm

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