The Living Rock, a gospel group known for its multicultural music and choreography, captivates its listeners with its passion for praise and worship music.
The group was founded in 2013 by King Norman Tshwale of the Mpepule Village in Bolobedu, Limpopo. Inspired by the group’s tenacious passion for music, King Tshwale and his family provided instruments to the band and helped them to record their first album, “Rea Go Leboga Jesu”.
By 2015, the group had an album and DVD recording to their name, with their song, “Tana Ka Yesu”, receiving a nomination for the Best Xitsonga Song at the Munghana Lonene Awards. Since then, The Living Rock has performed at various events and conferences, with a few more performances on the way.
Catch The Living Rock performing at The Heritage Festival on the 29th of September on the Tzaneen Show Grounds, as well as on the 30th of September at the Ingoma Awards at Wits University, at which they have also been nominated for the Best Gospel Group Award.