Ex-Pats
(Photos from Marq-Vas’s-Southern-African-Music-Collectibles) Jonathan’s early hit Please Stay    Jonathan Butler, Ronnie Joyce and Lionel Petersen Lord I Believe performed live in 2012 Barry Otto Barry Otto started his musical career singing with his brother Roland. After they won a talent contest, they formed the band Called “Creation” with Brendan Russen, Marty Duchesne, Glen and Keith Beaumont. Barry later became a member of the Golden City Dixies. Both Otto brothers later settled in Australia. Barry now lives in Brisbane. He was a contestant on the old TV show Ford’s New Faces, in which he was placed in the top three. He has performed in many clubs and other venues. His recording career has resulted in two singles and a Tape/CD  “I Gotta Be Me” Barry’s recollections as well as some photos can be seen here.

Casey Leigh

Casey Leight has established herself as one of the premier singers/performers since emigrating to Ireland. A soloist, but Casey was also a member of the singing group Eirebelle. Casey’s webpage Casey  Leigh videos

Bernie Brown

Bernie was a member of The Lunar Five and The Golden City Dixies. He later gained success as a soloist in Europe and Australia. For more on Bernie
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Success Oversees - The Ex Pats

This sections records information of some ex-South Africans who have had success overseas. Some have relinquished their South African citizenship, while others have not.

Jonathan Butler

One of South Africa’s greatest exports must be Jonathan Butler. After achieving success both as a solist as well as a member of Pacific Express, Jonathan went on to London and then America where he gained international success as a talented guitarist and soulful singer
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