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Stone Jets (Band)

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Stone Jets
From left to right
Eduan Joubert, Given Nkanyane, Manfred Klose
Background information
OriginCape Town, South Africa
  • Pop
  • Soul
  • Indie pop
  • Afropop
Years active2013-present
  • Given Nkanyane
  • Manfred Klose
Past membersEduan Joubert

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Stone Jets is a 3 piece pop band from Cape Town, South Africa. The band was originally formed by Given Nkanyane and Manfred Klose in 2013 when they met at a recording studio.[1] The band has music featured on commercial and national radio stations in South Africa. With two EP's released independently in 2016 and 2018 respectively. They have revolving drummers who they work with. Their first EP, "What I Say" included radio singles "Hurricane" (2015) and "Something Good". 2018 saw the release of "Memory" their second EP which included singles "I Can't Live Without You" (2017) and "How Can You" (2018). That same year (2018) Stone Jets debuted shows in UK and Ireland [2] In 2019, the band supported British singer-songwriter James Morrison on his first ever tour of South Africa [3]

Band Members[edit]

  • Given Nkanyane (bass, vocals)
  • Manfred Klose (guitar, backing vocals)
  • Eduan Joubert



Title Details
What I Say
  • Released: 15 July 2016
  • Format: Digital download, CD
  • Label: Independent
  • Released: 13 July 2018
  • Format: Digital download, CD
  • Label: Independent


Title Year Peak chart


SA radio charts

"Hurricane" 2015 - What I Say
"Something Good" 2016 -
"Feeling Good" -
"Take a look at me" -
"I Can't Live Without You" 2017 - Memory
"How Can You" 2018 -
"Tired of Missing You" -

Music Videos[edit]

  • Hurricane (2015)
  • Something Good (2016)
  • What I Say (2016)
  • I Can't Live Without You (2017)
  • How Can You (2018)
  • This Time (2018)


  1. "Flying sky high with the Stone Jets". 702. Retrieved 2019-01-29.
  2. "Cape Town band jetting off to the skies". The South African. 2018-11-30. Retrieved 2019-01-29.
  3. "Another date for James Morrison tour in SA added and local support act announced". Channel. 2019-01-10. Retrieved 2019-01-29.

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