Prime Circle headlines GMA Benefit Concert

Prime Circle headlines GMA Benefit Concert

Prime Circle will be bringing you their greatest hits at Jacaranda FM's GMA Benefit Concert, happening on 27 June. 

Ross two Prime Circle
Supplied/Jacaranda FM

It has been almost two decades since Prime Circle entered the music scene.

The rock band released their debut album, ‘Hello Crazy World’, in 2002. It went platinum and put the band on the map. 

Their second album, ‘Live This Life’, was one of the best-selling albums of 2005 and remains the band’s best-selling album. 

READ: Prime Circle perform on Breakfast ahead of Spring Walk

The band has topped the charts in South Africa and has received several award nominations. Their third album, ‘All or Nothing’, received SAMA nominations for 'MTN Record of the Year' and 'Best Rock Album (English)'. Their single, ‘She Always Gets What She Wants’, also received a SAMA nomination for the 'Record of the Year' in 2009. 

The 'Pretty Like The Sun' hitmakers not only enjoy local success, but they have enjoyed performing in different parts of the world. 

READ: #StayAtHomeLive: Prime Circle’s Ross performs 'Consider Me' on Breakfast with Martin Bester

Their latest offering, ‘LiveWorld’, features performances by the band in different cities, including Manchester, Dubai, and Amsterdam.

Enjoy watching Prime Circle perform during the GMA Benefit Concert on 27 July. 

Here are three of our favourite videos from the rock band. 

She Always Gets What She Wants

Consider Me


GMA Benefit Concert brought to you by Jacaranda FM and Tracker

Top SA acts Demi Lee Moore, Prime Circle, DJ Jazzy D, Martin Bester, and Refentse will be taking to the stage, bringing you a spectacular, two-and-a-half-hour show, featuring 30-minute acoustic sets of these artists’ biggest songs with a full concert setup – complete with proper sound, lighting and effects - that you can view from the warmth and comfort of your own home!

Tickets are priced at just R70 each, with 50% of proceeds going to supporting the artists through some really tough times, and the other 50% going to Jacaranda FM’s Good Morning Angels. Buy tickets here.

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