Song Night is geared and ready for its second installment for 2019.
Join the inspiring Song Night Band on Wednesday at Warehouse Theatre as they accompany an array of new and experienced singers who take the Song Night stage as part of the May Identity Show.
Singers who will be performing include Calin, a 16-year-old vocalist who says singing is her motivation – it gives her hope in life.
Another 16-year-old that will take the stage, not only to perform her original music but who will also be launching her debut album entitled FIN is Alvarita Benedito Lucungo better known as Alvara.
Alvara only performed once at Song Night in 2018 (not allowing her severe glaucoma to put obstacles in her way) and has since been inspired to put pen to paper as a mentee of Song Night Director Lize Ehlers, and is now ready to launch her first album. FIN will be available for N$100 and is recorded by Ponti Dikuua with Imms Nicolau on all instrumentation.
Other performer includes the vivacious and very talented Zikizee, a Namibian singer who is also part of The Collective, a local choir who recently raised funds in the south of Namibia through their music. Zikizee will sing her original Kizomba hit Rituahepi among other tracks.
Song Night is also extending on it’s new give back portion namely including already-active performers in various communities and bringing them into Song Night for a fee to allow them to showcase what they are already doing in their respective spaces. In the case of the March Proudly Namibian Song Night, the Heavenly Sounds Brass Band was celebrated and now for the May Identity Show, Bradley Jonathan who plays piano and sings for various churches in Khomasdal will be showcased.
Other singers to take the stage on Wednesday includes Ori, who has performed as a backing vocalist at the Windhoek Jazz Festival and who also supported the Warehouse Theatre Crowdfunding Festival.
Vocalist Faithyblue who has a single out entitled Life or Death will be performing as well as local entertainment all-rounder JD Januarie, pop group Ethnix as well as new vocalists Chuma and Jedidjah.
Don’t miss a jam-packed show that will showcase how singers identify and find themselves in genres and different styles of music, not to mention how they get lost in the lyrics but come full circle when the last note is played. MC Adriano Visagie will keep audiences entertained with his stage prowess and Song Night stylist Martina will make sure the singers and all performers represent their true Identities through well-styled fashion. Ambassador Treza Cooper will be supporting all singers from the audience this month, due to her endeavors to finalize new music and an upcoming video for her single You Said.
Tickets are N$100 at the door which opens at 19:30 and the show starts at 20:00 sharp. Dress to showcase your identity and stand a chance to win a copy of Alvara’s FIN album!