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Alpha YaYa Diallo

World music

Alpha Yaya Diallo, guitarist, singer, songwriter is a true multi-cultural Canadian artist performing in French, Eng-lish and his native Guinean languages of Foulani and Souso.

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ABBA Mania

Showact

ABBA MANIA is now accepted as the world’s number one touring ABBA tribute production.

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The Nazarenes

Dub / Reggae

Since their debut album Orit in 2001, the Nazarenes have brought forth some of the most refreshing sounds in reggae music.

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An Evening Of Burlesque

Burlesque

Direct from London’s West End, tantalising yet tasteful, camp and colourful, this fascinating art form is brought to life for your delectation!

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Jesse Cook

jazz

Like millions the world over Jesse Cook got his hands on a copy of Adeles 21 and played it excessively. But the Juno Award-winning guitarist saw something that few of us did, something which emboldened him to tackle a long simmering personal objective and create a blue mood record.

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Big Mountain

Dub / Reggae

Much like UB40, American reggae band Big Mountain brought a very commercialized version of Jamaican music to the American mainstream when their cover of Peter Frampton’s “Baby, I Love Your Way” reached the Top Ten in early 1994. To the band’s credit, though, its three albums contain reggae roots music combined with only several R&B-ish

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MILLI VANILLI´s voice Ray Horton

Singer & Songwriter

Ray Horton has rightfully earned the title of Europe’s most romantic singer. His voice is known all around the world.

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Dele Sosimis Afrobeat Orchestra

Afrobeat

Having worked with AfroBeat guru Fela Kuti, Dele Sosimi isn’t used to playing sit-down concerts and his own nine-piece band isn’t tailored to inertia either. So the Jazz on a Summer Weekend audience were going to have to shake off some inhibitions to appease the singer and keyboardist. The set I caught was certainly more

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Jaipur Kawa Brass Band

World music

Who has never enjoyed the frenzy of a brass band? No marriage without a brass band in India! In 1757, during colonization, the British brought brass instruments to India and the native population grew to love these alien instruments. Since independence in 1947 till today, the trumpets, trombones, clarinets, bass drums, snare drums and cymbals

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