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The Wawela Awards taking place on Friday 28th June celebrate South African music-makers who are making a global impact. There is no doubt that Freshly Ground fits the bill. 

 

Afro-fusion band Freshly Ground managed to top the international iTunes charts barely a month after the release of their latest and 5th studio album Take Me To The Dance, in the USA. The US iTunes World chart, which ranks the top 10 most frequently downloaded online items including songs, albums and bands of varied music genres, ranked the band’s latest album at number one in the US. This is a massive feat for a South African group. 

 

The band did a tour of the USA during which the album was released. Lead vocalist Zolani Mahola says, “Our years of performing live in the States and our more recent trip on the East Coast of America contributed hugely to this milestone. Chiefly I think (this happened) because the album really showcases who we are, which is a South African band very much globally musically aware.”  The album is receiving incredible airplay in the States and the NPR (USA National Public Radio) has embraced the album. 

 

“SAMRO has signed reciprocal agreements with over 143 collecting societies from around the world. These agreements are a vote of confidence in our abilities to look after international music used in South Africa. It also gives our members peace of mind in the knowledge that their music can be commercially exploited in international markets with the same protection that is afforded local artists,” explains Xolani Zulu, Mechanical Rights Executive for SAMRO. 

 

The new album is packed with the band’s signature elements of honest lyrics and afropop guitar merged with dance club anthems such as the title song Take Me To The Dance. The wildly diverse material offers catchy, songs with layers of guitar, rich strings and multipart harmonies. Mahola says, “It feels great to have been at the top of the US World Music chart especially knowing how much music is actually out there. The fact that people heard about us, checked out the music and loved it enough to buy it is a special thing – not least of all because it’s so hard to encourage people to buy music rather than get it by other means in this modern age.” 

 

Freshly Ground’s collaboration with Shakira for the World Cup Soccer Tournament in 2010 helped to bring the bend to international attention, which they have now cemented with regular tours to foreign shores. 

 

“Music usage data from digital music providers like iTunes is analysed to compute streaming and download statistics used in royalty allocation and distribution.  Through reciprocal agreements SAMRO members have home-ground advantage no matter where in the world their music is consumed,” says Zulu. 

 

For bands wanting to break internationally, Mahola advises,” Get a lot of hours in. Practice makes you really good at your craft and brings you closer to your real musical identity. Keep playing and believing in yourself and what you have to offer. Work your hardest to get to where you want to be; this will lead you further than you thought you could get!”

 

[Source: SAMRO]

 

 

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Legendary instrumentalist and progressive metal guitarist Tosin Abasi will be in South Africa in June for two extraordinary 2-hour guitar clinics – presented by Ibanez and MIDI Music. 

 

Tosin will be promoting the Ibanez brand alongside his own signature model and various other 8 string guitars.  Known for being one of the best guitarists in the world, Tosin will be holding two free to the public events that will showcase his talents and expertise. 

 

These showcases are open to all the public and will be a perfect meet-and-greet opportunity for guitar enthusiasts as well as metal lovers, in a relaxed environment and fans are encouraged to ask questions and get involved.

 

There will also be giveaways of Ibanez product.  Come witness one of the world’s most respected and revered guitarists at play.

Johannesburg

10th June – Rumours, Roodepoort

Time: 19:00 – 22.00

Cape Town

12th June – Zula Bar, Cape Town

Time: 19:00 – 22.00

 

[Issued by: Redflag]

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CNBC AFRICA, Africa’s largest business television news channel will broadcast the second episode of its new show, ‘Business behind the Arts’. The second episode takes a look at the ‘Art of Music’ and will air on Saturday, 18 May at 8am CAT. The show is sponsored by the South African Department of Arts and Culture.

 

The show highlights South African arts and culture as a crucial player in economic development, growth and sustainability of the arts industry in South Africa through job creation. In this episode, the channel covers the 2013 MTN South African Music Awards (SAMA) with exclusive interviews of some of South Africa’s leading musicians.

 

Find out what it takes to establish yourself as a successful musician in South Africa, don’t miss ‘Business behind the Arts’ on Saturday, 18 May at 8am CAT with repeats on Sunday at 11am CAT, only on CNBC Africa, channel 410!

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Bassline in Newtown, Johannesburg, is proud to announce the line-up for its ninth annual Africa Day Concert held over two exciting nights on 24 and 25 May. 25 May is celebrated worldwide as Africa Day.

This year, the concerts will move from Mary Fitzgerald Square, which has historically been the hosting venue, to The Bassline venue itself – a venue long regarded as the heart of African music in Johannesburg.

 

The Bassline Africa Day Concert is a celebration of music from across the continent on the day that promotes unity and solidarity as well as Africa’s vibrancy, dynamism and the global need for Africans to embrace their collective identity. It is a day for all Africans to rejoice in their uniquely rich heritage.

 

Over the past nine years, The Bassline has brought some of the most diverse sounds to Johannesburg in celebration of this event. This year’s eclectic mix of genres features acts from Niger, Zimbabwe, Cameroon, Nigeria and South Africa.

 

The line-up is as follows:

Friday, 24 May
Tanga Pasi – Zimbabwe (brought by ProHelvetia)
Della & Friends – Cameroon
Olufemi – Nigeria
Headline Act: Lira – South Africa

 

Saturday, 25 May
Alhousseini Mohammed Anivolla – Niger, and Guy Buttery – South Africa (brought with the support of DOEN, African Synergy Trust, the French Institute of South Africa (IFAS) and the Alliance Française)
Tanga Pasi – Zimbabwe (brought by ProHelvetia)
Della & Friends – Cameroon
Olufemi – Nigeria
Headline Act: TBC

 

Tickets are available from webtickets at R150.00.

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All the MTN SAMA 19 Winners

Posted by radio On May - 13 - 2013 ADD COMMENTS

Millions of viewers tuned into SABC 1 and witnessed the glitz, glam and the pizazz at the 19th Annual MTN South African Music Awards as Toya Delazy and Khuli Chana dominated the evening taking home 3 awards each at the Sun City Superbowl on Saturday, 11 May 2013.

 

For Toya Delazy who had kicked off the evening with a high octane performance alongside rapper Reason, the awards for Newcomer of the Year and Best Pop Album serve as confirmation of her newly found status in the industry after a breakout year in 2012 with her debut hit album, Due Drop Deluxe. Jax Panix scooped the Best Producer award the previous night for his work on Toya’s album.

 

The outrageously talented Khuli Chana finally had his moment to shine in the spotlight as all the years of hard work finally paid off for the former Motswako protégé as he took home the coveted Best Male Artist, Best Rap Album and Album of the Year awards.

 

Multi award winning Afro-fusion group Freshlyground scooped what must be fast becoming a familiar statuette for Duo or Group of the Year, further cementing their place as music royalty in South Africa.

The fiercely contested Female Artist of the Year award saw songbird Kelly Khumalo beat off stiff competition from a very talented field.

 

The almost three hour long show witnessed some unique and iconic collaborations from amongst others Zonke and Kabomo, ChianoSky with DJ Zinhle ft. Busiswa, Bobby van Jaarsveld with Oskido ft. Candy, Zozo & Sangere Superbeat, Desmond & The Tutus with Kabelo, Professor, Sfiso and Khaya ft. Proverb, Donald, Lira and crowd pleasers DJ Vetkuk & Mahoota ft. Dr Malinga & Manqoba amongst others.

 

The guest presenters on stage to hand over the awards were some of the leading names in the entertainment industry: Rapulana Seiphemo, Tsholo Monedi, Gareth Cliff, Zahara, Loyiso Bala, Tailor, Pearl Thusi, Tumi Morake, Theo Kgosinkwe, Nhlanhla Nciza, Zolisa Xaluva, Glen Lewis, Penny Lebyane, Tumi Morake, Greg Carlin and Thami Mgqolo.

 

An emotional tribute to artists and other industry players that have passed on during the last year was movingly performed by Bongeziwe Mabandla, Nina Schumann, Steve Dyer, Herbie Tsoaeli and CH2 over a visual montage of these fallen icons.

 

The Album of the Year medley was one of the major highlights of the star studded night as Khuli Chana, Kelly Khumalo, Maleh, Ntokozo Mbambo and The Muffinz took to the stage and left the over 5 000 strong crowd in rapturous applause.

 

It was then left to the popular Menzi Ngubane and Sophie Ndaba to close off the night and present the coveted Album of the Year to an utterly surprised Khuli Chana.

 

The full list of categories and winners for the 19th Annual MTN South African Music Awards are:

Album of the Year

Khuli Chana Lost in Time

Duo or Group of the Year

Freshlyground Take Me to the Dance

Female Artist of the Year

Kelly Khumalo The Past, The Present, The Future

Male Artist of the Year

Khuli Chana Lost in Time

Newcomer of the Year

Toya Delazy Due Drop Deluxe

Best Rock Album

Zebra & Giraffe The Wisest Ones

Best Pop Album

Toya Delazy Due Drop Deluxe

Best Adult Contemporary Album

Elvis Blue Journey

Beste Kontemporêre Musiek Album

Theuns Jordaan Roeper

 

 

 

Best African Adult Album

 

Maleh Step Child

Best Alternative Album

 

iScream & The Chocolate Stix The Paradox

Best R&B/Soul/Reggae Album

 

Khaya For You

Best Rap Album

 

Khuli Chana Lost in Time

Best Kwaito Album

Professor The Orientation

Best Dance Album

Black Coffee Africa Rising

Best Traditional Faith Music Album

 

Various Siprit of Praise Vol.4

Best Contemporary Faith Music Album

Ntokozo Mbambo Filled

Best Traditional Album

Soul Brothers Isiphithiphithi

Best Maskandi Album

 

Ichwane Lebhaca Inkunzi Yomthakathi

Best Jazz Album

 

Herbie Tsoaeli African Time

Best Classic & Instrumental Album – Presented by Kgomotso KG Moeketsi & Khetha Gwala

 

 

 

 

Best Live DVD – Presented by James Shikwambana & Hanlie Nel

 

The Captured Tour Concert Film Lira

Best Collaboration

 

Riot Feat. Zahara Thetha Nami

Best Music Video of the Year – Presented by Penny Lebyane and Ben Maitsapo

 

Claudio Pavan for Honey Spiders (The Parlotones)

Best Producer – Presented by Penny Lebyane and Ben Maitsapo

 

Jax Panik for Due Drop Deluxe (Toya Delazy)

Best Engineer – Presented by Penny Lebyane and Ben Maitsapo

 

Mark Beling for Strong (BlackByrd)

Remix of the Year

 

DJ Kent for Thinking about You Ft. Zonke DJ Kent Remix (Theo Kgosinkwe)

Best Selling DVD

Vol. 16 Live at Carnival City Joyous Celebration

Best Selling Album

Roeper Theuns Jordaan

Best Selling Tru-Tone

Follow Me DJ Cleo ft. Teddy Bears

Best Selling Ring-Back-Tone

Loliwe Zahara

Best Selling Full-Track Download

 

You’re The Voice Shout/J23 – Artists for a safer South Africa

SAMPRA AWARD

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Big winners on first night of MTN SAMA 19

Posted by radio On May - 11 - 2013 ADD COMMENTS

The focus was on technical brilliance and sales prowess

 

The 19th Annual MTN South African Music Awards (MTN SAMA 19) kicked off in impressive fashion in the Royal Ballroom at  Sun City on Friday, 10 May 2013.

 

Hosted by the comical Tumi Morake, the show proved to be more than just a curtain raiser to the main, live broadcast event following on Saturday night at the Superbowl, with elaborate collaborations and a star studded guest presenter list.

 

The prestigious Lifetime Achievement Awards were presented by the renowned Vusi Mahlasela and Ray Phiri to three legendary icons in the South African music industry: Dr Thomas Chauke, Sizwe Zako and posthumously to Johannes Kerkorrel.

 

Popular new sensation Khaya picked up the coveted “Best R&B/Soul/Reggae Album” award.

 

Songbird Lira scooped the “Best Live DVD” for her The Captured Tour Concert Film, while DJ Kent deservedly picked up the “Remix of the Year” title for his remix of the hit Theo Kgosinkwe track, Thinking About You Ft. Zonke.

 

Jax Panix was rewarded for his sterling work on Due Drop Deluxe with the “Best Producer” award, with the talented Mark Beling getting the statuette for “Best Engineer” for BlackByrd’s album, Strong.

 

The guest presenters on the night were some of the biggest and influential names in the industry; Penny Lebyane, Ben Maitsapo, Kgomotso KG Mooketsi, Khetha Gwala, James Shikwambana, Amor Vittone, Michelle Constant, Lerato Sengadi and Jared Orlin. 

 

Keeping the crowd entertained were leading names Zahara, Riot, BlackByrd, Lindiwe Maxolo, Dr Thomas Chauke na Shinyori Sisters, Sizwe Zako, Hlengiwe Mhlaba, Teddy Bears, L’vovo Derrango and Professor. Elvis Blue delivered a breath-taking tribute to the late Johannes Kerkorrel.

 

All the attention now turns tonight’s show which will be streamed and broadcast live on SABC 1 at 8:30pm from the Sun City Superbowl.

 

For the full list of SAMA 19 first night winners go to www.samusicawards.co.za

 

 

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Fans urged to vote for their favourite MTN Record of the Year for the 19th Annual MTN SAMAs

 

The prominent MTN Record of the Year category Top five (5) shortlisted nominees were announced on Thursday evening, 09th May, after the voting lines closed earlier in the day following a rush from artists to secure votes from their fans. 

 

To determine the overall winner, voting lines will re-open on Friday morning, 10th May at 08h00 and will close at 22h00 during the live broadcast of the MTN SAMAs on SABC 1 on Saturday 11th May.  Each of the shortlisted artists will retain their allocated letter, as per the initial top 20 list that was issued at the nominees launch in March. The voting will commence from zero (0) to ensure that all artists have an equal opportunity to garner for votes from their fans. 

 

The shortlisted nominees were allocated a letter ranging from “A” to “T” and the public can vote by sending an SMS with the letter assigned to their favourite artist to 083 123 SAMA (7262) at standard SMS rates.

 

Every vote counts and could make the crucial difference in who walks away with the MTN SAMA Record of the Year Award. Fans can SMS up to a maximum of 10 times per mobile number. 

 

The Top 5 shortlisted nominees for MTN Record of the Year are as follows:

 

Letter Artist Track
F Donald I Deserve
J Khaya Move
M Mi Casa Heavenly Sent
N Oskido Tsa Mandebele
P Sfiso Ncwane Kulungile Baba

 

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Fam till the last days at the SAMAs

Posted by radio On May - 10 - 2013 ADD COMMENTS

[By: Kagiso Mnisi]

 

It’s a cagey affair to negotiate the notion that rappers can make music inspired by scripture and still maintain credibility since Hip Hop as an art form has historically been the stuff of  rebellion and disenfranchised. But then out of the church comes SAMA nominated Last Days Fam, who are in line for the Best Rap Album.

 

The group hails from the east of Joburg, Tembisa and has been keeping the fires burning for that part of the world. It is bruhaha worth noting that according to Hip Hop annals the east has always been known for its talent in breeding live instrumentation oriented bands such as Impande Core, The Brother Moves On, Future History and Passport. When pitted against their west rand counterparts in the rhythm and poetry realm such as Social Commentary Forum, 3rd Wave, Siya Shezi and Dark Spark; they have always fallen 16 bars short.

 

Nominated in the same category with mainstream busters such as Kuli Chana, Reason, PRO and proverb, Last Days Fam has in an uncanny way been given a nod for their skill set (fresh from dusty kerbs) as messengers of the great word to heathens – according to hip hop lore. The overarching reason to that would be that they have amassed a fan base where television cameras and radio microphones don’t reach. Charting the humble beginnings of these wordsmiths, one would has to sieve through the rubble of their performances at venues such as The Drill Hall (the rear end of Joburg CBD), early days of Back To The City before uptown mall rats caught on and spoken word factories such as Likwid Tongue.

 

‘The Fam’ have had a few gobsamcking releases in their day with singles such as ‘Doin’ it right’ and ‘Still here’ being top of mind to their followers. In the wake of the SAMAs, their album Eternal Effect has poised them to being more accessible to audiences. Other accolades include “the best group of the year” award in the second annual MTN Hype Music Awards for 2009 and a distribution agreement with SoulCandiRecords. Amid this romp of acknowledgements, their most memorable feature/project to date is the SOS Backpackers Mixtapes, which was collaboration with kindred acts from the east like Sake Of Skill and Substance.

 

Refreshing as it is to be part of the SAMAs, Last Days Fam are representative of deeper roots. They are proof that genuine dedication to Hip Hop as an art form is not necessarily a turn off to masses; I mean why else would they be nominated for a SAMA? Their shoulders carry a yolk which if unraveled will pelt out artistry that word weavers such as Groundworxx, Audio Visual,Hueman, Basemental Platform, Sifiso Sudan, Ngwenya, Vikinduku,Mr. Devious,  Archetypes and Hymphatic Thabs can sure be traced back to. It might be a miniscule feat on the night of pomp and romp, but to the ‘heads’ it will be an astronomical leap.

 

Till the last days

 

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The A-Z of MTN SAMA 19

Posted by radio On May - 8 - 2013 ADD COMMENTS

The build-up to the 19th Annual MTN South African Music Awards (MTN SAMA 19) is reaching fever pitch, especially in the Record of the Year (RoY) category where fans from all over the country are voting for their favourites in what is sure to be a very tight race for the award at the Sun City Superbowl on May 11.

 

Away from the business end of things, MTN SAMA 19 has thrown out some playful trivia; 

A is for …Amstel VIP Afterparty – The exclusive post awards after party where guests get to rub shoulders with  all the winners and the who’s who of the music biz  

 

BlackByrd, Desmond & The Tutus, DJ Vetkuk vs. Mahoota, Freshlyground & The Muffinz – Contesting the tough Duo or Group of the Year category 

 

ChianoSky – Second highest amount of nominations for this new young pop sensation taking the music industry by storm, with 5 nominations including Female Artist of the Year

 

Due Drop Deluxe – Highest nominated album debut album from Toya Delazy with 6 nominations 

 

Elvis Blue, Arno Carstens, Khuli Chana, ProVerb & Reason – Strong field of very talented musicians nominated for the Male Artist of the Year award

   

Flickrhttp://www.flickr.com/samusicawards – houses official MTN SAMA’s image content – you’ll be able to get all the Y’ello carpet, live show and behind the scenes photos 

 

Goodie Bag – The magical yellow case that everyone wants to get their hands on. Each goodie bag is worth R18, 000 and contains items from Guess, Ray Ban, Koi, Soho Nail Bar, Honey Jewellery, just to name a few…collectively worth over R2,5 million

 

HHP, Black Motion, B.O.P, Donald, Kabomo, DJ Vetkuk vs. Mahoota, Lloyd Cele, Khaya, Elvis Blue, Liquideep, Mi Casa, Riot, Oskido, Sfiso Ncwane & Teargas – 15 strong field of male artists vying for the Record of the Year award…it doesn’t get tighter than this

 

Instagram – Handle: @MTNSAMA – get the latest and pictures of your favourite artists from the Y’ello carpet 

 

Johannes Kerkorrel, Sizwe Zako & Dr Thomas Chauke – Legendary music stalwarts that will receive Lifetime Achievement Awards for the stellar work in the music industry over the years 

 

Kelly Khumalo, Khuli Chana & Khaya and Kia – The former all received 3 nominations each, and the latter will be driving the stars to the Y’ello carpet 

 

L is for live streaming – catch the awards and all the backstage behind the scenes action as it is streamed live on your mobile (www.mtnsamatv.mobi) and Facebook (www.facebook.com/samusicawards)

 

Mzansi 4 Sho – SABC 1 Will broadcast the awards ceremony live to millions of viewers on Saturday, May 11 at 8:30pm 

 

Nomfusi, Maleh, Kelly Khumalo, Cama Gwini & Bongeziwe Mabandla – Ladies doing it for themselves in the Best African Adult Album category

 

Oskido, Black Coffee, DJ Pepsi, DJ Vetkuk vs. Mahoota & Pascal & Pearce – Industry heavyweights going head to head in one of the biggest awards of the night, the Best Dance Album Award

 

ProVerb, PRO, Reason, Khuli Chana & Last Days Fam – Going head to head for in the Best Rap Album category

 

Q – Question is – who will follow in Zahara’s 2012 footsteps and dominate the awards?  Now that’s something to celebrate 

 

Record of the Year – Voting lines are open for the 20 acts in the running, voting is reaching fever pitch for the most popular award of the night 

 

Sun City Superbowl – Venue for MTN SAMA 19 on Saturday 11 May.  Final show production is being kept tightly under wraps with some hot, never-before-seen collaborations planned… Live Acts announcement coming soon 

 

Tickets – Available from Computicket from R 330 – R400 (Golden Circle) per person including entrance to the public After Party in the Hall of Treasures – www.computicket.com

 

Umthwalo – Having dominated last year with 6 MTN SAMAs, this year Zahara returns with 3 nominations including Record of the Year for Umthwalo

 

V.Underground, Lloyd Cele, Riot & Shabalala Rhythm – Clinched nominations for Best Collaboration with a variety of artists for the smashing hits in 2012

 

Warwick Allan, Benza, Salomon Ligthelm, Jolyon Ellis & Claudio Pavan – Celebrated producers behind the most outstanding music videos the past year going head to head for the coveted Best Music Video of the Year award

 

XOXO – Expect lots of hugs and kisses on the red carpet as well as big hugs on stage for the winners

 

Y’ello Carpet – Signature MTN SAMA style VIP carpet; the fashion on the Y’ello carpet is just as important as the music at the annual MTN SAMA awards – see who’s wearing what on streamed live on your mobile (www.mtnsamatv.mobi) and Facebook (www.facebook.com/samusicawards 

 

Zonke, Toya Delazy, ChianoSky, Zahara & DJ Zinhle – Ladies in the running for the coveted Record of the Year category 

 

Tickets for the main awards show are available at Computicket. Please visit the official website for further details – http://samusicawards.co.za

 

The Friday night show takes place in the Royal Ballroom on 10 May 2013 and the Saturday night show takes place in the Superbowl on 11 May 2013 at 8:30pm.

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Moshito ten years of success

Posted by radio On May - 8 - 2013 ADD COMMENTS
Vanguard of the South African music industry, the Moshito Music Conference & Exhibition prepares to celebrate a decade of cutting-edge insights, music know-how and industry accomplishments. With fresh ideas and a change in venue, the newly elected board of directors promises a standout year. By building on past successes, but re-positioning the key components of the conference structure, Moshito aims to offer a more focused programme that features a compelling mix of both local and international speakers, but also allows for better audience engagement. The result – a more memorable, entertaining and media-rich experience. 

This year Moshito welcomes Sipho Dlamini, Incoming CEO of SAMRO as the board’s new Chairman. A seasoned member of the music business, Dlamini brings his knowledge and experience to this dynamic team of entertainment industry professionals.

 

Dlamini is joined on the board by Moshito Vice Chairperson Tholsi Pillay (MMFSA), Treasurer George Lusenga (AIRCO) and members Sipho Sithole (SAMRO), Simon Sibanda (NORM), Steve Mashiya (SAMPA), Samuel Mhangwani (SAMPA) and Vusi Leeuw (AIRCO).

 

“As the Chairman of the event I’m excited by the challenge ahead and I look forward to leading the organisation to a successful conference. The board has worked hard to overcome the obstacles encountered last year. We’re happy to have finalised the content and the program well in advance and to have already identified speakers for the conference,” said Dlamini

 

“Our partners and sponsors at the SABC, Department of Arts & Culture, DTI and Gauteng Sports, Culture & Recreation are working closely with our board to ensure that we have a milestone 10th conference,” he continued.

 

Over the past 10 years, Moshito has become an event of choice for those serious about success in the music industry. The business of music is continually evolving, with the digital revolutions transforming the market place. Industry challenges are only likely to increase and as an educating initiative, Moshito prides itself in its offer of acumen and insight in preparing musicians.

 

Fittingly the Moshito Music Conference & Exhibition 10th year celebrations return to the Sandton Convention Centre, where the original exhibition was hosted. The 2013 conference will feature a bigger-than-before, purpose-built, dedicated exhibition area that will give all industry players a place to showcase their businesses.

 

“We are creating a staging ground for record labels, film and television production companies and musicians to promote themselves alongside the corporate brands who also have an interest in the entertainment industry.” says Tholsi Pillay, Moshito Vice Chairperson.

 

Registrations for Moshito 2013 open on 15 May 2013
Registration forms can be downloaded from the website www.moshito.co.za
Moshito 2013 takes place at Sandton Convention Centre from 21 to 23 September

 

Moshito sponsors and partners list:

● Department of Arts and Culture
● Gauteng Provincial Government
● South African Broadcasting Corporation
● Jamaican High Commission
● Southern African Music Rights Organisation
● Indian Ocean Music network(East Coast Africa; Indian Ocean Islands ;India; Australia)
● Indian Ocean Music Market(Africa; Indian Ocean Islands; India; China; Europe)
● CATHSSETA

 

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