American musician, Billy Joel, once said, 'I think music in itself is healing. It's an explosive expression of humanity. It's something we are all touched by. No matter what culture we're from, everyone loves music'.
Bombani, a Shangaan expression, which means ‘Be Proud’ seeks to do just that – an expression of pride in humanity.
Even the largest avalanche is triggered by small things. If this saying is to go by, Tribute ‘Birdie’ Mboweni is a true testimony to how big things can really come in small packages. As a singer and songwriter, Birdie is proving to be a force to reckon with. Her voice is trong, soulful, and wrapped up in both the neo-soul and pop worlds, but so jazzy as well.
It is said that people who live close to nature perceive a wider range of sounds than those living far from it. Nature, song, culture, and tradition define Tribute’s music. To Tribute, music and nature interact, and the result is a stronger experience than would have been if the two were treated separately. Nature’s beauty, special qualities, stillness, and wildness have influenced her writing and composition.
Tribute Birdie Mboweni - vocals
Tebogo Kobedi - piano
Thulani Sithela - drums
Siphiwe Nhlapo – bass
Sifiso Bogale – percussion
Nkululeko Khumalo - guitar
R120 per ticket (students come in at half price, just bring your student card). Come and have dinner and drinks while enjoying the sensational sounds.
We advise booking in advance, please contact us on 011 339 6645 / 081 534 2867 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to do so.
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