The Star (Nairobi)

Kenya: Jamaica's Duane Stephenson Coming to Kenya

Jamaican singer Duane Stephenson is set to perform in Kenya on February 16.

Formerly of the group To-Isis (to everything beautiful), which came from the performing ensemble Cathy Levy Players formed in 1996, Duane Stephenson recently went solo. He appeared at the Reggae Sumfest last summer as a solo artiste.

Duane will be performing alongside fellow Jamaican reggae singer Jah Cure who had two shows in Kenya last week. The two will be performing at the Nyayo stadium accompanied by Jah Cure's Dub Akuom Band. The concert is dubbed World Cry.

Jah Cure's recent concert at Moi Sports Centre Kasarani left most of his fans disappointed as he took so long to get on stage before finally showing up at 3am.

The concert is courtesy of Big Tunes Music Festivals in collaboration with Dohty Family Sound who were responsible for the Etana and Tarus Riley concert.

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