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RMB Song Night returns for 2020

RMB Song Night is back and the year 2020 promises an entirely new level of showmanship.

Being consistent and even exceeding in expectations of nurturing the Namibian sound, RMB Song Night pledges to focus even more on mentoring music makers and bringing explosive vocalists to the stage. 

“More Namibian songs are being recognized internationally because singers are realizing the importance of showcasing the quality that Namibia is able to produce. We need to be heard at international festivals across the globe! We have to help each other represent Namibia more internationally, because locally is not enough” Lize Ehlers, Founder & Director. 

With entertainment changing gear in a very visible and audible way, RMB Song Night is very excited for the 2020 residency at the Warehouse Theatre Windhoek under brand new management of The Brewer’s Market. 

“We salute the space and we welcome our new brand Ambassador Zikizee Hangero, also known as Zikii. She is already flying the RMB Song Night flag high, with her debut album “Spread The Love” which is charting on various local radio stations” Ehlers continued. 

RMB Song Night also welcomes Energy 100 FM on board as a media partner and applauds it’s longstanding partners namely RMB, 99FM, HEC, Fantastic Sam, House of Poulton, Styled by Martina, ED Music Academy & Miss Jey Arts.

Be part of the first RMB Song Night of 2020, by auditioning on 4 March 2020 at The Brewer’s Market with proudly Namibian songs. Auditions are free and acapella, but you may bring an acoustic guitar along. Auditions take place from 18:00 till 20:00

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