Winning band performs

2017-09-13 06:01
Flamingo’s 2015 Battle of the Bands winner Rhythmic Vocalists is expected to be back at Bar 129. The band members are, from the left, Tseliso Motsoari, Sam Steve Kekana, Karneel leBo Tsiesi Mokoena and Lebogang Amos Skosana.Photo: Supplied

Flamingo’s 2015 Battle of the Bands winner Rhythmic Vocalists is expected to be back at Bar 129. The band members are, from the left, Tseliso Motsoari, Sam Steve Kekana, Karneel leBo Tsiesi Mokoena and Lebogang Amos Skosana.Photo: Supplied

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Flamingo’s 2015 Battle of the Bands winner, the Rhythmic Vocalists, is expected to be back at Bar 129 at the Flamingo Casino to show music fans why it grabbed the title from a sea of talented hopefuls.

The group will be performing on the stage of Bar 129 on Saturday, 23 September, ahead of Heritage Day, and again on 20 October.

The energetic ensemble consists of Tseliso Motsoari, Sam Steve Kekana, Lebogang Amos Skosana and Karneel leBo Tsiesi Mokoena.

The team performs a diverse array of songs from different genres, appealing to all music tastes, from pop and R&B to gospel.

Their music has been described as sophisticated dance a cappella music. They are best known for emotional ballads and African harmonies.

Often referred to as “Kimberley’s Boyz II Men”, the Rhythmic Vocalists have performed at various music festivals and events like the Kimberley Diamond Cup.

There is no cost to enjoying their show at Bar 129. They will take to the stage at 21:00.

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