Album Launch: The Love and Hymns Project, Jun. 29 2014 @ Brookhouse Schools – Magadi Road

June 21, 2014 at 4:16 pm Leave a comment

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Come witness the launch of the double disc Love and Hymn Jazz, r ‘n’b and neosoul Album by the Intricate Fusion Band on Sunday the 29th of June 2014 from 2pm at the Brook House Schools.

The album has been Directed by Daniel Akoyi and mixed and mastered by Majic Mike of Red Republic Studios and the event has been sponsored by Brook House Schools.

Date: 29th June, 2014
Venue: Brookhouse Schools, Magadi Road, Karen.
Time: 2-5 pm
Charges:
Option 1: SINGLE ENTRANT- Ksh. 800 per person (inclusive of free compilation disc)
Option 2: FAMILY PACKAGE- Ksh. 1200 for one ticket to attend the launch, both the love disc and the hymn disc (inclusive of free compilation disc)
Option 3: COUPLES PACKAGE- Ksh. 2000 for two tickets to attend the Launch, both the love disc and the hymn disc and the free compilation disc.

Featuring – Ian Mbugua, Arona, Brook house BTEC Sessions Band, Amani Baya and Music Director Paul Mbithi. It is going to single handedly be one of the biggest jazz concerts, and album launches of the year.

*** Tickets available emmanuel.mulandi@intricatefusionmusic.com // 0725 375433

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