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Just the hits with sax man Don Vino Prins

2 October 2020 6:03 PM
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The biggest hits as chosen by one of Cape Town's best jazz saxophonists this Sunday from 10 am

Despite the lockdown, Don Vino Prins has found ways to stay in touch with his fans and to perform. This Sunday he puts his sax down and looks to connect in a different way with his selection of hits from the 80s and 90s.

The saxophonist says the romantic ballads on his #AnHourWith playlist have shaped his love for soulful music.

Prins says he loves 90s music and will share some of his fave tunes from the likes of Toni Braxton, Celine Dion, and Boyz II Men.

I'm in love with the 90s... the Boyz II Men and Babyface era... I'm an old soul.

Don Vino Prins

While the local musician has been associated with jazz music, he says he doesn't ascribe to one single genre. You can see what he will be doing next via his Instagram account.

I tend not to box myself in with a specific genre. I play anything, from gospel to reggae, to hip hop, pop, and jazz, anything! I just find different styles of music interesting.

Don Vino Prins

Listen to Don Vino Prins chat with John Maytham ahead of his #AnHourWith selection:

He recently hosted a Christmas in July event that has proven so popular that it was extended into August.

Be sure to set some time aside to enjoy the Just the Hits selection from Don Vino Prins this Sunday from 10 am.




2 October 2020 6:03 PM
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Just the Hits

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