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Henre Masser and Stuart Moerdyk John Masser and Stuart MoerdykThis week we have had the privilege of working with musician and song writer John Masser and his band Madison on the soundtrack for a video clip that we are shooting to celebrate our 50th anniversary next year. As proud supporters, they have donated their time and talent. Despite the chaos, rain and flooding in Gauteng, Henré also managed to join us at our fundraising golf day at the Bryanston Country Club today. Madison is a South African Modern Country band made up of founder member John Masser (Vocals & Guitar), Louwrens Bezuidenhout (Drums), Reinhart Smit (Bass & Vocals) and Martin van der Westhuizen (Guitar & Vocals).Henré has performed as a session musician for a number of South African acts such as Adam Tas, Ray Dylan, Jakkie Louw, Kurt Darren, Arno Jordaan, Dewald Wasserfal and the list goes on. He was also part of the very successful TV program on KykNet “Jukebox”. We look forward to working with John and Madison as proud Ambassadors of Sea Rescue. Have a listen to their first single, Run. If you enjoy their music, follow them on Facebook. Henre Masser John Masserfb_img_1478798533127
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