The most successful Jazz global export from west Africa, particularly Nigeria, Mike Aremu brings us a night of African, Jazz and Gospel fusion. On 30th March, the talented Saxophone player will be live in concert at the O2 Academy2, Islington, London with special guests Midé and Femi Tomowo.
The Nigerian-Born Saxophone player has performed before mega crowds including gracing the stage at the Lagos “Experience” concert 7 times. The “Experience” has been tagged as the world’s largest Gospel music concert attracting crowds of over 600,00. Many would have also seen Mike Aremu at London’s “Festival of Life” which commands an audience of over 40,000 at the Excel Centre.
Mike Aremu is known for being a key player in taking African Jazz to the international stage. He has worked and performed with Kenny G, India Arie, Hugh Masakela, Najee, Bill Laurance, Kirk Franklin, Marvin Winans, Israel Hougton, Mary Mary, Fred Harmond and the likes.
This year, Mike Aremu introduces AfroGoJazz. He says:
“Every time people ask me the type of music I play, I usually had problems pegging it to a particular genre. AfroGoJazz expresses the African, God and Jazz factors in my music.”
Mike Aremu’s concert promises to be a night of musical wonder. Special guest artist Midé is a singer-songwriter and musician from London with an amazing way of connecting with a listener. His sound has been likened to the likes of Ed Sheeran, James Bay and even the legend Bob Dylan. Also performing will be Femi Tomowo, a Nigerian-British born Jazz guitarist who is also a MOBO award nominated musician. Femi has played beside some big players including George Benson, Omar and Amy Winehouse.
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