Jack Parow talks about DVD’s, Comics and OppiKoppi


Jack Parow never rests and there doesn’t seem to be a thing that he can’t do! I guess that’s what makes him so gevaarlik! There is always something new and exciting happening in the world of Jack Parow or as others may call it – “Parowdise” 

Later this month Jack Parow will be releasing his highly anticipated LIVE DVD titled Welcome to Parowdise which is crammed full of live music, music videos and behind the scenes footage. this DVD will bring you so close to Jack that you will be able to smell his sweat!

“Welcome to Parowdise is a journey through the last four years of my dangerous life.  From Russia to Holland, England to Elsiesrivier; it’s all in here.  Backstage danger, onstage madness, planes to speedboats, drunk to more drunk and all my crazy fans and friends mixed in live shows that were filmed at Oppikoppi, Hatfield Square and The Assembly; interviews in my bathrobe and all my music videos with subtitles.  So enjoy it and check if you see yourself at a show.  HOS JA!!” – Jack Parow

Even though the organizers of OppiKoppi only bring the most popular local bands to the festival every second year, Jack Parow insisted that he performs at the 2013 installment of the “unstoppable cultural phenomenon” . Jack Parow has been confirmed on the already insane line-up for Bewilderbeast!

Jack Parow“They’re the most hard core, dedicated fans in the country.  I just had to be a part of the madness this year,” – Jack Parow

In other news, the Jack Parow we know today is a Rap legend which is due to him travelling back in time from the year 2213, But in the future he is living the life of a scumbag who is unable to find a job or do anything right in the eyes of his father, keep up with the life and times of future Jack Parow in his next level comic book series “Hier kom nou kak“.

See, the guy is BUSY!!!! If that wasn’t enough proof here is his list of gig dates for the next few months:

12 July:  The Jolly Dolphin, Jeffreys Bay
18 July:  Arcade Empire, Pretoria
26 July:  Firkin, Centurion

2 August:  Presleys, Boksburg
3 August:  Presleys, Pretoria
9 August: Oppikoppi Bewilderbeast, Northam
29 August:  Mystic Boer, Bloemfontein
30 August: Gariep Fees, Kimberley
31 August: Lentelawaai , Pretoria

12 September:  Secunda
23 September:  Pink Girlfest, Johannesburg
27 September:  Go West Heritage Festival – West Rand 

3 December:  KZN Matric Rage
5 December:  Plett Rage, Plettenberg Bay
5 December:  Jolly Dolphin, Jeffrey’s Bay
20 December:  Flamingo’s Rock Festival, Langebaan
26 December: VIP, Plett Rage, Plettenberg Bay
28 December:  Ox Braai, Bathhurst
31 December:  Jolly Dolphin, Jeffrey’s Bay

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