Ann Jan­gle to per­form in eShowe

Zululand Observer - Weekender - - ZO CITY BEAT - Larry Bent­ley

The House in Zu­l­u­land will be host­ing Ann Jan­gle, an es­tab­lished mu­si­cian with an orig­i­nal sound and style.

Be­sides be­ing an ac­com­plished mu­si­cian, she is also an an­i­mal ac­tivist, trav­el­ling south­ern Africa to raise money and aware­ness for abused an­i­mals and an­i­mal rights.

That is her African Dream.

Ann’s omi­nous style of dark folk, eclec­tic rock, gypsy in­fused, the­atri­cal, soul­ful style of writ­ing and per­form­ing leaves a last­ing im­pres­sion.

She has per­formed her way onto a vast va­ri­ety of stages all across Europe and south­ern Africa and shares the stage with many dif­fer­ent artists to bring a heart­felt per­for­mance that res­onates.

She is in­flu­enced by the likes of Etta James, Vera Hall and Tom Waits and en­joys invit­ing guest artists on stage de­pend­ing on the mood and set­ting.

Book­ings for an amaz­ing evening of great mu­sic and good food are open on 035 4740870.

The show be­gins at 7pm on Wed­nes­day, 17 Oc­to­ber.

Mu­sic en­trance is R100 per per­son,

Ann Jan­gle will ‘wow’ the eShowe au­di­ence next week

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