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In Langa, Cape Town, Brenda’s brothers were part of Gibson Kente’s cast and little Brenda also joined them and explored her talent in stage theatre acting. At the same time, Brenda was part of her mother Sarah’s music group, The Tiny Tots. Mom Sarah played the piano for the group. It was at that time that a Cape Town musician, Al Etto, spotted the small dynamite and tipped Johannesburg producer Koloi Lebona about the jewel. Koloi arrived at the Fassie home on Christmas Day in 1979. He requested that Sarah release Brenda into his polishing hands and she agreed on condition the young girl would continue with her studies.

Like his role model Babsy, Steve also released his music in Sesotho, isiZulu, xiTSonga and English. An example of this is the Sesotho hit, Masabata, which was also available in isiZulu as Ntombifuthi. There are many examples of this. In 1983 he toured Sweden. Actually, he was one of the first musicians to take their bands with them on an overseas tour. I remember how devastated Alicia Lindiwe Fassie was when out of the six band members she was the only one to be refused a visa. She later joined a Cape town group, Bloodshed.

The rallies were mostly accompanied by free concerts. Beyond the euphoria, the youth were drawn to street concerts dubbed “bashes”. But at the same time, a new festival culture emerged that would dominate the local music scene and bring back the Golden Age of South African Jazz. Jazz festivals grew beyond the promoter’s wildest dreams and drew both young and old to venues like Moretele Park, Chuene Resort, Lowveld Showgrounds, Mary Fitzgerald Square and others. This spirit brought together the old school musicians and the new generation to share the joy of jazz.

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