Dorothy Masuka, Paulina Oduro, Wendell Richardson & Ray Carless + DJS


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The legendary DOROTHY MASUKA is coming into her own.

She wrote the song that made Miriam Makeba, the no 1 hit 'Pata Pata' and Hugh Masekela's 'Khauleza' and she's Nelson Mandela's favourite musician. 'Auntie Dot' has a fabulous repertoire from township jazz to Afro classics with the occasional awesome acapella number thrown in.

PAULINA ODURO aka PRINCESS ADWOA is well known for her vocals with Alfred Bannerman and fronting many a fine African or Reggae Band. Paulina Oduro comes into her own tonight with her own compositions drawing on her Ghanaian roots and worldwide touring

WENDELL RICHARDSON was a founder member of Osibisa - the original funky highlife pioneers and is now forging a solo career

All backed by the inimitable and brilliant RAY CARLESS & LIVELY UP CREW : peerless musicians in their own right and supported by a wicked selection of DJ’s from REVIVE JAMMING RADIO 98.3fm

Sat 2nd May 2009
8.pm - 4am
Dusk TIl Dawn (formerly Archway Tavern)
7 Archway Close. London N19 3DT
(opposite Wittington Hospital)

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