“After so many years, everyone is anxious to perform in front of a large audience; yet these nerves are ones of excitement, as this is what we were born to do.”
This is according to Zane Muller, director and founder of The House of Dirty Shakers (HDS), who will be opening for the Springboks, for the first time ever, at the Toyota Stadium in Bloemfontein this weekend.
Zane tells Bloemfontein Courant that the pandemic had a huge impact on their
careers, as they thought that their careers in entertainment had hit an all-time low.
“HDS is ecstatic and happy to be opening for the Springboks at the Toyota
The work we have done up to this point has prepared us for the predicted
turn in our careers, where more doors may open for us to reach new markets, not just
locally, nationally, but even internationally,” says Zane.
He adds that preparations have been going well thus far. However, because
of the global pandemic, they have not been able to perform in front of thousands
of spectators for a while now, but they are excited and pleased for this exciting
“The audience can expect a lot of buzz and energy from our performance,” he
With all the traction HDS Entertainment has been getting, following their début
television interview on KykNET&kie for KLOP! (KÔLATONSPRAAT) and now opening for the Springboks, they hope that this opportunity will open doors for them and that the talented performers in the House get bigger projects on a national
and international scale.