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Loona

Pop

LOONA the successful Latin/Pop artist who is famous for hits like “Mamboleo”, “Bailando” or “Hojo de la Luna” is celebrating 15 years on stage and entertains audiences all over the world!

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Sofa Surfers

EDM

Coming soon…

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Piaf! The Show

Showact

Piaf! The Show performed by Anne Carrere

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The Original James Brown Band

Funk

RJ & The James Brown Band are here to carry on the musical legacy of the last Godfather of Soul.

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Busta Rhymes

hip hop

Hip-hop used to be a young man’s game. Back in the day, inexperienced newcomers who stumbled into a studio with a head full of ideas made a lot of waves, and also sold a lot of records, more times than not.

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Golden Voices of Gospel

Gospel

Die GOLDEN VOICES OF GOSPEL waren der Gospelchor des „King of Pop“ Michael Jackson bei “Wetten Dass…“ Die GOLDEN VOICES OF GOSPEL sangen bei den TV Shows von Florian Silbereisen im ARD und ORF: 150 Jahre Schlager – DAS GROSSE FEST ZUM JUBILÄUM mit Howard Carpendale Das Adventsfest der 100 000 Lichter mit Andre Rieu,

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Kassav

World music

“Le groupe antillais Kassav’ a influencé en partie la musique du disque [Amandla] sur lequel Marcus Miller, Tommy LiPuma et moi travaillons.” Miles Davis Kassav’ All U Need Is Zouk ! Un nouvel album de Kassav’, c’est toujours comme un grand cru de bordeaux, comme un feu d’artifice du 14-Juillet, comme une finale de Coupe

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Brian McKnight

R & B

One of the most consistent contemporary soul artists, Brian McKnight has released 15 albums to date with several going two and three times platinum. Was born on June 5th, 1969 in Buffalo, New York, United States, McKnight’s talent is not only as a song-writer or producer but also as a multi-instrumentalist who plays eight instruments

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Ricardo Cuba Sound Club

jazz

RICARDO CUBA SOUND CLUB – The best-aged original of the “young” Buena Vista-generation

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Duke Ellington Orchestra

jazz

Duke Ellington was eulogized as “the supreme jazz talent of the past fifty years” by critic Alistair Cooke in a 1983 issue of Esquire. A prolific composer, Ellington created over two thousand pieces of music, including the standard songs “Take the A-Train” and “It Don’t Mean a Thing (If It Ain’t Got That Swing)” and the longer works Black, Brown, and Beige, Liberian Suite, and Afro-Eurasian Eclipse.

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