Ever since he can remember Uncle Cal has been exposed to music and show business and constantly develops his love for music and entertainment .
At the age of 12 he had saved up quite a bit of his pocket money and managed to buy his first full length LP record and a few 45’s. In due course he built up a humble little record collection and got his first club gig at the age of 14 after lying about his age to get in to watch the resident DJ who inspired him so much that he knew he had found his calling.
The afro ninja emerged in his kung fu outfit, curly disco afro and a pair of space age sunglasses for a retro theme party aboard a luxury passenger liner spinning hits for patrons and became an instant one
At the opening of the 2013 Cape Town International Jazz Festival in the Cape Town CBD he entertained and mesmerised over 6 000 people on Greenmarket Square to massive public acclaim.
He has subsequently been recalled to perform at events annually playing to massive crowds at The Jazz On The Rocks Festival and many others because of his interactive style with the audience.
No stranger to media as he appears on the front pages of different newspapers and regularly commutes between Cape Town, Kimberley, Pretoria, Johannesburg and Namibia for various corporate and social engagements.
Since his brief appearances on television his star continues to rise as he continues to gain popularity as one of the most recognised characters on social media.
Highlights include sharing the stage with artists like Zahara, The Arrows, Emo Adams, Dr Victor and The Rasta Rebels at the switching on of the lights festival held on The Cape Town Parade to a 60 000 mass crowd a few years ago
Uncle Cal presents his Flashback Radio show on Bush Radio 89.5 FM every Sunday afternoon from 4pm to 6pm and as in his live performances you are bound to hear rare grooves and classic tracks that you would not easily encounter on commercial radio or conventional nightclub sets.
The “Kung Fu Music Maestro” has been dabbling in bootleg remixes released only in cyberspace and as a result has lately been spending countless hours in studio working on an impending debut album featuring remixes and remakes of old favourites and composing some original material.
Uncle Cal aka “The Housedocter” with his eclectic music knowledge is the perfect candidate to deliver almost any music genre at a party or corporate event and always aims to please.
“For me every gig is my last gig whether it’s 100 or 10 000 people.
I never take my audience for granted” says the crowd pleaser. “It’s all about creating special moments that sustain a lifetime of memories