Kaya FM is on the forefront of bringing audiences the hottest music performances.
With the relationship between Kaya FM and the Bassline music venue the new monthly series Kaya FM's Live @ The Bassline, they are blowing audiences away with sold-out shows featuring the top Afropolitan artists.
Following the success of the debut event in August featuring Zamajobe and Maleh, September the 18th sees the follow up event and features South African superstar Thandiswa Mazwai alongside Neo Soul star Afro'traction and newcomer sensation Thiwe, in what promises to be another spectacular evening of great music.
Thandiswa needs no introduction, and this soul sister is sure to deliver once again on the Bassline's big stage. She last appeared at the venue three years ago, and is making a welcome return. The fiercely outspoken artist is one of the most influential musicians in SA and is keeping the flame - lit for the likes of Busi Mhlongo and Miriam Makeba - alive and well. After numerous albums and countless awards as part of Bongo Maffin and as a solo artist, Thandiswa straddles the urban and the cultural, effortlessly melding the traditional with the modern. An absolute star on stage, she is not to be missed in concert.
Joining Thandiswa will be the hugely popular Mzwandile Moya, better known by his stage name Afro'traction. With two acclaimed albums under his belt, this self-taught Neo Soul star from Mpumalanga has quickly developed a loyal following and made a name for himself as an artist to watch. This will be his debut on the Bassline stage, and he's excited about the challenge. " Music has a soul, it is my business to keep that soul alive”, he says.
Making another Bassline debut will be the stunning Thiwe. Riding high on the back of her recent debut album release entitled Soul Therapy, this Afro Dance star is bound to make an impact on the industry. She first tasted success when Black Coffee remixed her R&B song Crazy and it went on to become a global dance floor hit. A trained Sangoma or traditional healer who hails from a small town in the Free State, Thiwe credits her spiritual side for her live success. "Often I don't remember my performances, but people rave about them. I can't take credit for what happens on stage, I just put myself in God's hands and he supplies the energy."
This month's Kaya FM Live @ The Bassline show it not to be missed. Tickets are available at
www.webtickets.co.za for R200 or R220 at the door.
Book now to avoid disappointment.