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The entertainment calendar will be boosted with a music spectacular featuring Regina Belle, Phil Perry and Glenn Jones.
The trio is coming to South Africa next month.
The jazz, soul and R&B greats will perform at the Grandwest Arena, Cape Town, on November 28 and will hit Jozi big time at the Expo Centre on November 30.
They perform at the Mavuso Centre in Manzini, Swaziland on December 1.
Bell, Perry and Jones will perform many of their greatest oldies as well as their latest music.
Multi-award winning artist Belle began her singing career as a gospel singer. Born in 1963, her first solo album was All By Myself. She has emerged as a prolific singer and a consistently engaging vocalist of urban contemporary music. Her CD, Lazy Afternoon, was produced by the legendary George Duke.
Jones also started his career in gospel with the The Mighty Clouds of Joy. He is best known for his R&B hits of the 1980s and 1990s.
She has just released Forever: Timeless R&B Classics.
Perry spent most of his career working as a backing vocalist for Anita Baker, Boz Scaggs, Rod Stewart, Peabo Bryson and George Duke.
His solo career, which started in 1991, has shown that he can compose songs as well as sing.
Tickets are priced from R194 to R350.