I was giving away tickets to the Safaricom International Jazz Festival on Sunday. Well here are the winners below with their winning comments. If you did not win you can still win Ksh. 1000 shillings to buy yourself a ticket. All you have to do is go to this post and comment on why you want to go to the Safaricom Jazz Festival. Check out the comments below to see the kind of answers I am looking for.
Being a jazz enthusiast, I want to keep the jazz momentum on going even after the Safaricom Jazz Festival. It is for this reason that I would like to go witness our very own SWAHILI JAZZ BAND so as to appreciate our local jazz talent even after the festival. Listening live to the amazing guitarist JIMMY DLUDLU will also be an honor since his songs have always moved me whenever I listen to then. JONATHAN BUTLER is another amazing artist I would like to go listen to. Grant me this honor and make me part of the great audience at the festival.
SAFARICOM JAZZ 2015..Wooow first things first AFRICAN PERFOMANCES talk of the perfomances I can’t wait to see JIMMY DLUDLU this maestro is truely a perfomer more of a legend his skills on that guitar on stage is just UNBELIEVABLE a true proof of MASTERED SKILL.Second on the list is Uganda’s very own Isaiah katumwa his skills on that saxophone are just overboard,his passion while playing the saxophone is revealed naturally no wonder his fanbase is strong talk of QUALITY JAZZ MUSIC his are just not the ordinary jazz but jazz hits worth listening to over and over.And finally but not the last JONATHAN BUTTLER the days main act.Can’t wait to hear the GREAT MUSICIANS smooth music.Haven’t heard of the swahili jazz band,Soweto Kinch(UK) and the other jazz acts who will make this even t one worth remembering a ticket to this event wilk give me this chance of a lifetime jus what I need to end and the same time begin the week in a unique rememberanle relaxing note It would be my pleasure if you would make my desire to be part of this Unique Fun and Interactive FESTIVAL BE…..!!
Quite greedy but I’m looking forward to quite a number, first the main act of course, Butler is quite acclaimed in this lovely genre, Isaiah Katumwa, got his album “Another step” , it would be lovely to watch and hear him live, Jimmy Dludlu, can’t wait to watch him come alive again on stage, he was quite amazing in December and finally the Swahili jazz band, unfortunately didn’t manage to catch them while on stage during the December edition.
It was incredible to watch Jimmy Dludlu perform in the last Safaricom International Jazz Festival, so I’m looking forward to his performance on Sunday.
I am also looking forward to the performance of the brilliant Jazz pianist Juraj Stanik.
And of course like every other Jazz fan out there, I would hate myself for an eternity if I missed Jonathan Butler’s performance.
PS: I bear no relation to this talented soul, my family lineage has talents in other areas, like listening for instance.