Self-effacement might have led Just a Band to describe themselves as an Experimental Boy Band but what they have turned out to be is a cult. That is a thought, I must return to on another day, but for now I have to go hustle because money, El Nino or the lack of a ride cannot get in the way of my attending the launch of their sophomore album kesho. The album, simply titled 82, will be launched at The Godown Arts Center, Industrial Area.
Here are the details, also available on Facebook:
“We've just released our second album - 82 and we'll be putting it out there with song and dance. Join us on Saturday 17th October from 7pm at the Godown Arts Center till much later (with the help of DJ Drazen). The album will be on sale for... Kshs. 500.
Advance tickets: Kshs. 400
Gate tickets: Kshs. 500
Advance Tickets available from:
The Sound Africa Store,
Ground Floor, 20th Century Plaza
Mama Ngina Street
The Bonk Store (opposite Steers Westlands)
Bishan Plaza, below Black Diamond
Mpaka Road, Westlands
The Godown Arts Center,
Dunga Road, Industrial Area
AND from any of us band members, should you meet us. :D
With the gracious support of Penya Africa, The Godown Arts Center, ESL, bONK, Kiss FM and Kiss TV.”
Just a Band is as Urban Kenya as it gets, and this blog is proud to big them up big time, now and in future.