Manic Monday: My Parlotones Meet & Greet

Greetings my sexy cherries and daggers!
So yet again the disgusting day we all dread is upon us once more (Yes Monday, you can go die now) and we’re counting down the hours and minutes till we can gladly shout out “T.G.I.F” again. Well I am, because I live for the weekends. Speaking of which, mine was a candy-coated wardrobe filled with fun at The Parlotones concert I went to!

As you know I blogged about them on Tribute Thursday last week, see it here:

Friday night me and a friend of mine went to see The Parlotones in concert at The Lyric Theatre at Gold Reef City and after a crazy girl (good crazy) named Taylor opened for them and a Spiced Gold and Coke and a Hunters Gold down my throat, the party officially started!

After dancing my ass off and jumping up and down and headbanging like I would never see tomorrow for almost 2 hours, the concert ended and we went to go “meet and greet” the band. Neil, was a nice chilled guy, Glen, although hot as hell seemed shy, Paul was totally relaxed and cool and Kahn was sweet as sugar. Each of them posed for a pic with me, even though all I had handy was my Blackberry with no flash – Paul called it a Blurberry, he is so right!

I just want to say, if any of you wanna, you can buy me a new phone (lol).

They were awesome, friendly and brilliant on stage and off, and if I do say so myself, I think me and Khan make a damn cute couple! *hint, hint*

Have an awesome Monday further my lovelies!


Tribute Thursday: Seether

Good morning my pretties,

Hope you all slept well and had beautiful nightmares!

Today I’m tributing a very popular band who I’ve loved since they were not really too famous and even though they are from my home country, I have never seen them in concert. I know, shocking right?


Seether formed in the late 1990’s in Pretoria, South Africa and are a post-grunge / alternative metal band with hits like Fake it, Remedy and their rock version of George Michael’s Careless Whisper.

With 6 studio albums and 2 digital albums behind their name, 2,235,433 facebook fans, numerous awards and being on the Billboard charts multiple times, they are by far the most successful South African band to date – and with good reason!

Their lyrics are meaningful, their songs are easy to listen to and they are epicness personified.

Don’t believe me?

Check out their music videos and live shows below!

Happy Thursday!