Artist Profile: Friends First

Friends First articles
Friends First: Band founder, Malcolm du Plessis discusses a groundbreaking South African album Friends First: Band founder, Malcolm du Plessis discusses a groundbreaking South African album
In 1986 an album with a prophetic title 'We See A New Africa' announced to the worshipping church that in Friends First there were black and white South African Christians prepared to cross the racial divide. Now the concept has been reinstated and a new album speaks hope and faith from post-apartheid South Africa. Pat Herridge spoke at length to the man behind FRIENDS FIRST, Malcolm du Plessis. [01.08.94]


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Friends First contact/database details
Artists database
Artist ID: 9287

Style: Pop
Approach: Praise & Worship
Country: South Africa



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