Flying sky high with the Stone Jets

Formed in 2013, Stone Jets have quickly gained momentum on the South African music scene, gaining fans from across the country with their fresh, unique brand of feel-good sound.

CokeTop40CT host Carl Wastie spun their latest single, I Can’t Live Without You and even got the band to do a song on-the-spot for the matrics who are writing their final exams.

Carl met the members of the band (Given and Manfred) a few years ago. Little did he know that they would become such a huge musical sensation.

Given: We meet at a studio when I was writing a song and I wanted to record it because of heartbreak. After that Manfred was like, ‘Yoh dude, I need something to do.’

Manfred: I just showed up in studio and BAM, we have a band

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