RustyRock Events brings Peabo Bryson to celebrate the month of love in South Africa

He is set to dazzle the audience for his ‘I Wish You Love’ Tour 17 February 2024 RustyRocks music festival, Award-winning R&B, Soul singer Peabo takes on the Sun City Superbowl stage for a night of love and song.

Peabo Bryson, formerly known as Robert Peabo Bryson. He changed his name and began a very successful career in the R&B, Soul, and soft rock genres. He has established a career as one of the premier male vocalists in contemporary music of the last quarter century. Possessing a beautifully rich, almost operatic voice, this two-time Grammy Award-winner has survived and prospered despite the passage of time and changes in popular musical trends.

With twenty albums to his credit, Peabo Bryson has enjoyed an unprecedented, across-the-board level of international success, Bryson has the distinction of being the first artist in music history to have separate records topping four different charts.

“We are happy to welcome the iconic Paebo Bryson onto our shores. It has been a longtime coming. Music lovers will be in for a treat this coming Valentine’s Day. .– says the organisers of RustyRocks, Teboho Twala.


Acclaim and recognition are nothing new for this multi-talented singer, songwriter and producer. Born April 13, 1951, in Greenville, South Carolina, Bryson spent much of his childhood on his grandfather’s farm in Maudlin, South Carolina.

“I have two sisters and a brother, but I’m the oldest male in the family, so I was taught to work and work hard!” – Bryson says.

His family not only instilled in him his work ethic, but a love for music as well.

“My mother was a serious music lover. Whenever there was somebody great in town, she’d drag us along to catch their act. I have seen most of the greats of that period – Sam Cooke, Little Richard and even Billie Holiday. Sam Cooke was a great influence on me. His voice had a pure quality – straight from-the-heart,” he adds.

“I think the sensitivity in my songs stems from my early childhood. I was raised by women – my grandmother until she died, and my mother. My grandmother was a woman who lived and loved with incredible passion,” – Bryson concludes.

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