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PICTURES: Old School Jive Concert launched

It is safe to say that the Old School Jive Concert is set in motion as the media launch place at Soos club, Oshakati bringing everything to live.

Old School Jive Concert is a musical concert made to honour musical legends of Namibia for their lively practices and genuine contribution they have made to the Namibian music industry. The Old School Jive concert shall be the first of its kind in the country, to honour musical legends. There will be performances from the country’s prominent old school musical legends which are both full live band and track back performances.

The old school musicians considered must have started singing before or since 1990 to 2009, exactly celebrating musical icons after 10 years of their genuine musical services to the world. This event is a one-day platform where old school musicians will engage with the public for a day and night to showcase their talents by singing and performing to their old songs. The old school musicians will entertain the nation at large and the public will be able to meet or familiarise themselves with musical legends they have never seen live before.

Old School Jive Concert is scheduled to take place on 21 December 2019 at Oshakati Open Market.
Old school musicians of different genres shall partake in this event.

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