Lost Highway, a unique Christian multi media show combining an inspiring movie, an accomplished 8-piece band playing music by Daughtry, Bon Jovi, Toto to mention a few, opened in Port Elizabeth this week.
The show, which runs at the Stanley Street Theatre, Richmond Hill, from Thursday Septemeber 28 to Saturday October 1, will stimulate your thinking about God, salvation
and father-son relationships.
The idea for the project was birthed a few years ago out of a vision of drummer, producer, Lex Gutsche’s, to use music to tell a story. So the project went from music to story, not the other way around as is mostly done! Gutshe surrounded himself with talented musicians and people that believed in the concept and dreamt the dream with him.
Other artists in the show include Freddie Wessels – lead singer and acoustic guitarist,Roche Smit – rhythm guitarist and vocalist, Tienie Smith – lead guitarist, Godfrey Reed – keyboard player and vocalist, Fenlin Pitie – keyboard player, Rudi Hendriks – bass player, Brandon Watson – percussioni. Dave Opperman is the sound engineer.
Bookings for the show can be made on Computicket.
Feedback from one spectator (a multi-media professional) who watched the show last night was: “Very good – great band, cool stage set up and the multi-media experience was cool and unique.”
View the show teaser: