Posts from January 2019

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Nat Cole: A King’s Centennial At The Naniki Music Festival 2019

by TomHinds
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Nathaniel Adams Coles was born in the southern United States (Montgomery, Alabama) in 1919. From dropping out of high school in 1934 to pursue his love for music full time, to being a champion of the Civil Rights Movement, Nat “King” Cole will forever be remembered as one of the most celebrated and cherished jazz […]

THE TROUBADOURS Will Be Performing Live At The Naniki Jazz Festival 2019

by TomHinds
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THE TROUBADOURS… a name given to a group of young musicians by a priest cannon Ivor Jones in Barbados in the mid-sixties has today become synonymous with standards of high excellence in music. With a potent combination of talent, determination and studied professionalism the band has made its mark as one of the pre-eminent exponents […]

Asher Otto & ItchyFeet Will Be Performing Live At The Naniki Jazz Festival 2019

by TomHinds
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Asher Otto & Itchyfeet Since Asher Otto’s first appearance at the Heineken Regatta, 2015, she’s been a busy girl. Apart from her relentless weekly shows in Antigua, she has recorded and released her self-titled debut album, and has just finished recording her second album, which was released in October 2017. She is making quite a […]

Joss Stone Will Be Performing Live At The Naniki Jazz Festival 2019

by TomHinds
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Grammy Award Winning soul sensation Joss Stone has taken on the exciting mission of being the first singer to perform in every UN registered country in the world as part of her ‘Total World Tour’. Currently Joss has played in 130 countries for the enjoyment of thousands of people from all races, religions and backgrounds.  […]