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WHERE IN THE WORLD (article first published : 2004-10-30)

Singer Shannon Kenny and guitarist Alan Judd will perform a fundraising concert, Where in the World, at the GCI Hall in NMR Avenue on November 4 and 5 at 19h00 for We Friends Pre-School.

The concert will feature music from Nora Jones to Sade, Bob Marley to Bach as well as original numbers from Shannon's debut album Where in the World.

The album has been getting great reviews in South Africa and internationally. Songs from the album have been played in Europe and nationally on 5 FM and SAFM. Locally money honey went to number 9 on East Coast Radio and ashes went to number 2 on Highway Radio.

Their music videos have been played nationally on SABC 1-2 & 3 and ETV, and internationally by M-SAT (satellite); Bulgarian TV and GTV. Programmes like Hosanna; 3:16 and ETV's Nightlife have featured the videos in interviews of Shannon and her album.

Shannon Kenny was the first South African performer to be invited to Varna, Bulgaria, for the 13th Discovery International Pop Music Festival in Europe this year. The European festival has featured talented singers from more than 30 countries including France, Germany, Australia, Italy, Switzerland and USA. Shannon won third prize from the jury for best singer.

Shannon has also toured Turkey and Tunisia, performed at the Cape Town International Jazz Festival and sung a solo for President Thabo Mbeki.

Ace guitarist Alan Judd has played at Woodstock, USA, as well as at festivals in South Africa. He co-produced and played session (studio) musician (guitar, bass & keyboards) on Dave Marks’s legendary album Hidden Years. The album featured artists such as Hugh Masekela, Wendy Oldfield and Nibs van der Spuy from Landscape Prayers. Recently Alan has worked on a recording project with Smashing Pumpkins' producer Bjorn Thorsrud.

Tickets R50 and seating is unreserved. Where in the World takes place on November 4 and 5 at 19h00 at the GCI Hall (Glenridge Church International) which is situated off NMR Avenue above Durban Station. It has secure parking and car guards in attendance.

Further information or ticket bookings from Candice on 031 304 8841.




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