SA promoter, Canoc Productions in association with Mzansi Magic Music and 702, is proud to announce that the multi-talented award-winning African jazz artist and musician Selaelo Selota will be joining GRAMMY Award winning musician and songwriter, Kenny G on 20th November 2014 at the Coca-Cola Dome for one concert only as the supporting bill guest artist.
“Selota is a wonderfully gifted artist and we believe his style combined with the smooth jazz sounds of Kenny G will give concert-goers a unique entertainment experience,” says local promoter, Phala Letsoalo of Canoc Productions. “To host one of Africa’s finest musicians on the same bill as the world famous Kenny G is a coup for jazz lovers and we encourage fans of both artists to book now to avoid disappointment.”
With a career in music spanning over 20 years, the multi-talented producer and composer Salaelo Selota has recorded and produced six award-winning albums.
Selota has an association with Kenny G through the title track of Judith Sephuma’s debut album – A Cry, A Smile, A Dance which Selota composed and arranged. Judith Sephuma, has received international acclaim after this track on the album by the same name was featured in Kenny G’s album – At Last… The Duets, which is a mix of instrumental Jazz and romantic ballads sung by well-known divas with a few pop songs sprinkled in between.
Delivering scintillating performances every time he takes to the stage, Selota never disappoints his fans. During his career he has shared the stage with international stars like Jonathan Butler, Bob James, Kirk Whalum, Richard Bona, Deborah Cox and Ronny Jordan and, local stars including Oliver Mtukudzi, Lokua Kanza, Diblo Dibala and Judith Sephuma.
As a producer and composer, Selota has composed and arranged both of Judith Sephuma’s two award winning and bestselling albums – A Cry, A Smile, A Dance (which burst the triple Platinum sales status of more than 160 000 units) and Change is Here.
Catch the smooth jazz playing Kenny G and South Africa’s jazz master, Selaelo Selota at the Coca-Cola Dome on the 20th November. It’s a not to be missed one concert only date for every jazz lover. Book now at Computicket or visit www.computicket.com.
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