Hot Water

Location: Based in Cape Town

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International Noteworthy Performances

  • Bush Fire International Festival of the Arts, Swaziland, 28 May ‘11
  • ZDF ‘Morgen Magazin’ (Morning Show), German National TV, 28, 30 Jun & 02, 03 Jul ‘10
  • Paard Van Troje, Den Haag, Holland, 12 Jun ‘10
  • ‘Cup Of Cultures’ Festival, Haus Der Kulturen Der Welt, Berlin, Germany, 11 Jun ‘10
  • Hague Jazz Festival, Holland, 20-24 May ‘09
  • ‘House on Fire’ (New Years Eve), Swaziland, 31 Dec ‘08
  • Waterpop Festival, Wateringen, Holland, 10 Aug ‘08

Noteworthy Performances

  • Pinotage On Tap, Diemersfontein, 22 Oct ‘11
  • Rocking The Daisies, Darling, 09 Oct ‘11
  • Grahamstown National Arts Festival, Grahamstown, Jul ‘11
  • Marie Claire ‘Green Lunch’, Franschhoek, 04 June ‘11
  • Comrades Marathon (Nedbank Green Mile), Pietermaritzberg, 29 May ‘11
  • Up The Creek Music Festival, Swellendam, 14 Feb ‘11
  • Oppikoppi Music Festival, Limpopo, 08 Aug ’10 (& 06 Aug ’11)
  • FIFA Official FanFest (quarter-final), Cape Town, 03 Jul ‘10
  • Wacky Wine Weekend, Arabella Wine Estate, Robertson, 05 Jun ‘10
  • Old Mutual Encounters (with Freshlyground and Johnny Clegg), Cape Town, 11 May ‘10
  • KKNK Festival, Oudtshoorn (3 shows), 05-06 Apr ‘10
  • Splashy Fen Festival, Kwazulu Natal, 03 Apr ‘10
  • Flamjangled Tea Party Festival, Durbanville, Western Cape, 13 Mar ‘10
  • Opening of Cape Town Stadium, Cape Town, 06 Feb ‘10
  • Opening of Parliament (After Party), Cape Town, 05 Feb ‘09
  • Niall Mellon Township Trust Concert, Cape Town, 04 Dec ‘08
  • ‘CHOC’ Charity Gala Dinner, Cape Town, 21 Nov ‘08
  • Vodacom ‘Sounds of Summer’ Series, V&A Waterfront, 28 Dec ‘07
  • Human Rights Day Concert (headlining act), Cape Town Company Gardens, 21 March ‘07
  • Heritage Day ‘Concert In The Park’, Cape Town, 25 Sept ‘06
  • Nedbank Business Woman’s Awards, Cape Sun, Cape Town, 14 Jun ‘06
  • Kirstenbosch Summer Sunset Concerts, National Botanical Gardens, Cape Town, 29 Jan ‘06

Media

Hot Water…were the talk of the Festival.” (Review of Oppikoppi Festival 2011)
Cape Argus, The Star


Hot Water…continued to build the audience into a frenzy with their truly African sound, I would liken them to Paul Simon… (Review from Splashy Fen Festival)
What’s On SA


Hot Water, some say, is the next big South African band…
Sunday Independent


Donovan Copley...his voice is indeed one that is unique and very South African. The songs draw on many traditions from folk and blues to township grooves…this music is honest…and one of the many important voices of young South Africa.
Cape Etc


The band is something of a musical cross section of the city [of Cape Town]….I’ve seen everyone from metal heads to old timers enjoying these vibes.
Blunt Magazine


Immediately we’re all going “Hows these ous? ” – that’s how good this album is…there’s a very unique South African sound and flavour mixed in here that makes it stand out on its own.
Zig-Zag Magazine


Hot Water must easily be one of the most exciting music projects to come out of SA…Its concoction of homespun melodies and esoteric clarity makes for a welcome mix of African warmth and Eastern wisdom. Home is cultural versatility in music.
The Citizen

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