Australia based Ghanaian star Afro Moses and his O’jah Band will on Saturday March 8 perform at the Obra Spot (Kwame Nkrumah Circle) in Accra as part of activities marking the Celebrating Accra Arts Festival (CAAF).
The concert, which will also mark the International Women’s Day, will feature Akablay and the Abiza Band, who have just returned from a performance tour of Denmark and other European countries.
Formerly based in Denmark, Afro Moses is a singer, composer, multi- instrumentalist and teacher with a magnetic personality that has enchanted people alongside his high-energy music, powerful messages, showmanship and colourful stage shows.
A multiple award winning musician, he has served music lovers all over the world with a tasty blend of Afro beats, reggae, funk, jazz, ragga, salsa, percussion, traditional vocals and much more.
Moses, who is a natural performer, exhibits brilliant stagecraft that shines and keeps audiences at the edge of their seats. He is expected to woo fans who will troop to the Nkrumah Circle as well as people on transit.
Led by Akablay, Abiza band will dish out a dramatic blend of Danish and Ghanaian rhythms that mesmerized audiences during their tour of Denmark in the summer of 2013.
The group will showcase recent artistic creations that were composed and recorded in Denmark alongside Danish musicians while spicing the evening with rhythms from the Nzema area of the Western region.
DANIDA, Ghana Denmark Cultural Fund, Royal Danish Embassy in Accra, Accra Metropolitan Assembly, Goethe-Institut, British Council and the Alliance Française are supporting CAAF 2014, which is being organized by the Institute for Music and Development.