Posts tagged ‘Sage’
Blankets and Wine 53rd Edition feat. Yellow Light Machine, Sage & Karun, Jul. 6 2014 @ Carnivore Gardens
This edition of Blankets & Wine will host a variety of fun filled, family-friendly activities as we #DiscoverLoveShare in the creative blend of music, literature, fashion and art.
Date: July 6 2014
Time: from 1 pm
Tickets: Kshs 1500 advance & 2000 at the door
Featured activities at this event will include;
Yellow Light Machine
Kwani Trust STAGE
Kwani? Mahewa: Free downloads of audio stories from the Kwani? online store including Vain Jan’go, A Kenyan Work Place, Nyof Nyof
Kwani? Open Mic: B+W Edition: Sign up to perform and read your poetry
Literary Salon: Creative Non-Fiction: Readings and conversations with Barbara Wanjala (Kwani? 06) and Isaac Otidi Amuke (Jean-Jacques Rousseau Fellowship, 2013)
Kwani? Book Swap: Exchange your old reads for ‘new’ ones and donate books from the Kwani? Series towards the #SomaSoma initiative
The Sky Over Berlin: African Designers For Tomorrow (www.fa254.com)
Made With Love
Blankets and Wine XLVIII, feat. Mercy Myra, Maia Von Lekow, Kui & Sage, Nov. 3 2013 @ Carnivore Gardens
Listen to Maia’s New Single – Jellyfish
Artists lined up: Jua cali, Sage & Asali
:New and Fresh:
A night filled with Fresh Smooth Jazz and Afro Soul. We have loads in store for you including special acts.
The best new acts in East Africa.
Date: August 4th 2013
Venue: Tree House
Time: 7pm – Onwards
Tickets: Kshs. 1500
Sage refers to herself as a musician, dreamer and lover. She is diverse and can write in almost any genre. She is a pianist and self-taught guitarist. She released her first single in 2011 titled “I don’t really want to” and in 2013 she released “So Alive” her second single featuring a Kenyan rapper Octopizzo. The song has gotten very good reviews.
Her songs revolve around love, both its presence and its absence. Her lyrics are easily relatable and her songs usually have a direct message.
She is inspired by life, love and all things musical. A very emotional writer, she is not afraid of taking risks and expressing raw emotion.
Venue: Tree House Club Nairobi
Date: July 18, 2013
Time: 8:30pm – Onwards
Entrance is free.
Artists performing will be patrick Nakaya, Ricy na marafiki, Mitchel Ongaro, Kato, Sage & Threat Band. Come experience some of Kenyas fine Jazz musicians.
Eric Wainaina, Octopizzo, Size 8, Barbara Guantai, Nonini, Sage, Dj’s Pinye & Adrian, Ameleena, Combo, Diana Nduba
Trampolines, Bouncing Castle,Mascots, Face Painters, Playstation, WII Games and Arcade Games.
January 2013 artists line up: From songstress Barbara Guantai, guitar and vocal whiz Fadhilee, piano and love songs of Sage, the jazz magic of Eddie Grey and lastly the electro grooves of Just a Band
Friday, 28th September 2012, 6.00 pm
Saturday, 29th September 2012, 6.00 pm
Sunday, 30th September 2012, 4.00 pm
The Villagers Band
Performances by: Maia Von Lekow, Christine the Jazzist, Valentine Ziki, Stan, and Sage
This is a party for the whole family with plenty of food, drink, music, art, craft making and buying.
For more information visit the Facebook event page
This is going to be an evening celebrating women, music & poetry.
Performances by: Amare Poeta, Christine Kamau, Dorothy Ghettumba, Elizabeth Njoroge, Essy of Aziza Band, June Gachuhi, Kasiva, Kathy Kiragu, Ma3 Band, Marfy’s Flaw, Ngwatilo, Nicole Maloba, Sage, Sara Mitaru and Sentimental Floetry
* All proceeds will go to Huru’s Sanitary Pad Project devoted to assisting Kenyan girls in schools
Date: January 29, 2012
Venue : KARI [ Kenya Agricultural Research Institute - Waiyaki Way]
Location: Google Maps http://g.co/maps/a6xa5
Directions: From Westlands: Get on to Waiyaki Way, KARI is directly opposite the bus stop at the junction of Waiyaki Way and James Gichuru Rd.
From Kangemi: KARI is the second Gate to your left right after Nairobi School.
Tickets : Adults Kshs 350 and Children Kshs 50 (Advance tickets: 0728306630 or email firstname.lastname@example.org)
Music by: Sarabi, Sage, JayDabliu and Wairimu Ng’aru
Poetry by: Jemedari [Jemedari Flows], Wacera [ Girl in the City Bus], Kavossa Asavva [The River of Words Flows]and Wanjeri Gakuru [Live.Love. Laugh.]
Gallery : Best of 2011
Film*: Dawa by Mark Kaigwa and Wageuzi: Battle 2012 by Andrew Kaggia
*This is a new addition to Kinanda plus the two film makers will be on location. You are encouraged to come and chat them up about their work and inspiration behind their works.
As is the case there will be great artsy vendors, good company, crazy cheer and great food/drinks.
For more info and updates: Follow them on Twitter: @kinandaArtsfest, Facebook: Nairobi Kinanda Arts Festival
and Google+: Kinanda Festival
Also performing Sage and Afrology Band
For any questions/ feedback, do write to: email@example.com
Line up: Sage, http://www.africaunsigned.com/#/artists/sage Neema, http://www.reverbnation.com/neemantalel and Eric Wainaina, http://ericwainaina.com/ who has just lunched his latest album Love and Protest and the Afro house trail blasers Liquideep from South Africa. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zspdkzNo85g and http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m2Cr4h9O4ak&feature=related
End the year in style, call your friends, Pack a picnic, your drink of choice, a Maasai shuka/ blanket/ kikoys/ chairs