Feya Faku Fezile was born in New Brighton, Port Elizabeth, a town often referred to as a Jazz Academy that brought forth a great number of jazz musicians.This accomplished musician studied music at University of Natal with Darius Bareback and graduated with a University Diploma in Jazz Studies. He has performed with a Great number of South African musician legends- From Barney Rachabane, Thandie Classen, Duke Makasi, Pat Matshikiza, Basel Coetzee, Winston ‘Mankunku’ Ngozi And Bheki Mseleku to Abdullah Ibrahim. For several years he has been working with Paul van Kemenade Quintet in the Netherlands and in April 2006 he spent a two-months’ residency programme in Switzerland teaching and performing with the Swiss-South African Quintet which he co-leads with the legendary Makhaya Ntshoko. Feya
Has also worked with great international musicians like Dave Young, Gustavo Begalli, Larry Ridley, Colin Vallon, Andy Sherrer, Paul van Kemenade, Eric van der Western, Brice Wassy, Malcom Braff, Samuel Blaser, Frederic Ljungkvist, Paul Hanmmer, Mcoy Mrubata, to name just a few.

CDs Hommage ( Challenge Records )
Tacit ( Msi/ Emi )
The Colours They Bring ( Feya Faku Music )
Hope and Honour ( Feya Faku Music )

With Various Artist:

African Tributes ( Natal university connection )
Art Gecko ( Counterculture )
Township one more time ( Abdullah Ibrahim )
Cape Town revisited ( Abdullah Ibrahim )
Best of Abdullah Ibrahim
Home at last ( Bheki Mseleku )
We used to dance ( Andile Yenana )
Who lyk uit ( MCoy Mrubata )
Molo Africa ( Winston Mankunku Ngozi )
Before it’s too late ( Darius Brubeck )
Out of the shack ( SA- Swedish Micro jazz encounter )
Zvinoshamisa ( Paul Van Kemenade Quintet )
Maxi Cossy ( Paul Van Kemenade Quintet )