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Sauti Za Busara announces 2017 artist line-up

East Africa’s leading music festival Sauti Za Busara has announced the line-up for the 2017 edition, which will be held between 9 and 12 February 2017 in Zanzibar. The line-up presents a diverse selection from around the continent and the diaspora and includes 25 acts from within East Africa.
Members of Wahapahapa band from Tanzania. Photo: www.busaramusic.org
Members of Wahapahapa band from Tanzania. Photo: www.busaramusic.org
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For many of the artists, this will be their debut performance at the festival and in East Africa. The line-up includes:
  • Moroccan roots-reggae superstars Bob Maghreb, who reinterpret Bob Marley classics with fresh North African flavours
  • Roland Tchakounté, a rocking African blues musician from Cameroon (now based in France)
  • Kyekyeku, a young, conscious Ghanaian singer-songwriter taking traditional palm wine and highlife music to new directions.


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