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Pioneers of South African Rock - Back by Popular demand!
The Staccatos have been officially recognized as the “longest-running band” in the South African music industry, with a history spanning over six decades.

Get ready for the most nostalgic show of all time.

After disbanding in 1999, they made a triumphant return to the music scene in 2019. They have since performed numerous sold-out concerts at various Theatres and Barnyards. Founder Brian Le Gassick and lead vocalist Steve Ashley continue to entertain audiences, demonstrating their enduring talent and passion for music.

Backed by a five-piece rocking live band and a NEW show, The MULTI AWARD WINNING STACCATOS will take audiences on a trip down memory lane.

“Come Back Silly Girl,” guaranteed The Staccatos Chart-Topping Success and National Acclaim when it entered the charts in December 1965 and peaked at number two on the Springbok Hit Parade. This track solidified their status in the South African music industry as a force to be reckoned with.

Record-Breaking Hit: “Cry to Me” was recorded in 1968, a song that would become a monumental hit in South Africa. It spent an unprecedented 38 weeks on the charts in 1969, a record for both local and international hits on the Springbok Radio Hit Parade. The song's popularity soared after The Staccatos performed it live in the movie “Katarina,” and it went on to achieve phenomenal sales, earning a 4th Gold Disc for exceeding 400,000 units sold in South Africa.

The Staccatos' story is not just one of musical success but also of resilience, adaptation, and a lasting impact on the South African music landscape. As they move forward, their legacy continues to inspire and shape the industry, proving that true talent and dedication can stand the test of time.