Eswatini get ready for Blu Lamp
BLU Lamp is coming back again.
International culturally embedded melodies fused with world music and dance will be the order of the day at The Place in Manzini as melodic group Blu Lamp is coming back to Eswatini to perform for the third time.
Blu Lamp is an international band from Limpopo currently based in Nelspruit.
They are a three piece afro jazz band; they performed at Mhlambanyatsi Yebo Mzala Yebo Gogo festival, The place and at the MTN Bushfire Festival 2017, where they performed alongside the country’s very own Bholoja.
Worth noting is that this time around, the band will be featuring Sanele Simelane a Swazi percussionist, who will be featured in a couple of songs with the band.
Their sound is derived from the strong pedi traditional rhythms and dance. They have also played with other great musicians such as Sipho ‘Hotstix’ Mabuse, Joe Nina, Princess Indlovukazi and Zama Jobe to name a few.
Sanele Simelane said Eswatini fans should prepare their dancing shoes for this show.
“My relationship with Blu Lamp is stronger each day, we are like family now, we are brothers beyond music; people should come experience that,” said percussionist.
Simelane said that the show will begin at 7pm but gates open at 4pm. Music lovers are expected to pay E80 at the gate.