Lady sings the Blues at Moods

Cézanne Yzelle, one of the performers in Lady sings the Blues.

After the success of their first offering Men of Soul, the producers of the AM Music Series, are looking forward to take it to the next level with their next show Lady sings the Blues.
AM Music is a series of 10 live concerts hosted by producer Angelo Mockie at the jazz club Moods & Flavours in Heidedal. Lady sings the Blues, which takes place on Saturday 24 June, is the second delivery in the much anticipated series.

Chanice May

Mockie says the music series is not only about creating music that will be appreciated by true music lovers, but also to build bridges between communities.
“Three of the four artists that will appear in Lady sings the Blues, have had some success on the Bloemfontein circuit years over the years, but they are still relatively unknown to Heidedal people. Moods is arguably the best music venue in Bloemfontein, but these very same artists have never had an opportunity to perform in this world renowned venue.”

Chrismari Alberts

Mockie is quite excited about the line-up for Saturday’s show, and says the ladies’ collective experience and musical prowess will sweep the audience off its feet.
Chanice May is a former Idols SA Top 15 finalist whose sultry voice complements the blues songs she will be singing during the concert.
Cezanne Yzelle is a music teacher and well-known Bloemfontein performer. Her talent as a live performer is legendary in the City of Roses.
Valeria Bebia is a Russian student who studies somatology in South Africa. Mockie discovered her talents as a performing artist at a recent concert in Bloemfontein.
The last member of the blues foursome is Chrismari Alberts, a member of the unforgettable music outfit. Sweid.

Valeria Bebia

The ladies will be backed by PDA, which consists of Mockie on drums, Herbert Muisha from Congo on bass, Johan Steyn on guitar and Wayne Louw on the keyboard.
If you want tickets to see these four ladies in action, call Mockie on 072-1122-771 or go the the AM Music Facebook page to book your seats. R100 gets you in. Doors open at 19:00. – Pieter Delport