Sannie Fox

Sannie Fox is a guitarist, songwriter and vocalist hailed as a rock and blues queen of South Africa. She has taken her voice and her guitar to most major stages in the country and can be described as "belting out the blues like she was born in a Louisiana swamp" (The New Age)

As a girl growing up in London Sannie Fox developed a talent for writing and playing music from a young age. By her early teens she was singing in recording studios and performing regularly. It was not long before a number of her songs and compositions had been featured in film, theatre, television and radio.

In 2010 Sannie Fox formed and composed for three-piece rock outfit Machineri and went on to release a critically acclaimed album mastered by Brian Lucey (The Black Keys) with all artwork conceived by the legendary graphic artist Storm Thorgerson (Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin).

Sannie Fox’s music crosses an eclectic mix of artists and genres ranging from Screaming Jay Hawkins, to Led Zeppelin, Etta James, Patti Smith, John Lee Hooker, 70’s rock, fado, gospel, folk and Malian blues. She has collaborated and worked with a wide variety of local musicians ranging from Albert Frost to Derek Gripper, Madala Kunene, Busi Mhlongo, The Brother Moves On and Theo Crous...