Cliverton Shares His Latest Infatuation
For anyone seeking to know Cliverton’s true identity, here’s a clue…
Clive has been playing Angélique Kidjo’s music non-stop for about a month now. Yes, we love Angélique Kidjo too, but even love needs a break. We figure the only way to stop the 24 hour concert at Clive’s place is to announce his addiction to the rest of the island. 😉
There. He’ll have to at least use headphones now.
Clive, we’d buy you a ticket to Brooklyn if we could. For those who are in the New York area on Saturday, April 5, 2008, it should be one fantastic concert. If she does her cover of Hendrix’s Voodoo Child that alone would be worth the price of the flight.
Click on the photo for Angélique Kidjo’s website where you can hear her new album in full quality.
Here’s some of the details about Angélique Kidjo and the Brooklyn Center concert…
2008 Grammy Award Winner
At Brooklyn Center for the Performing Arts
PLEASE JOIN US:
Saturday, April 5, 2008 at 8pm
Brooklyn Center for the Performing Arts at Brooklyn College continues its World Stages series with world music artist Angélique Kidjo on Saturday, April 5, 2008 at 8pm.
Angélique Kidjo, winner of the Best Contemporary World Album 2008 Grammy Award for Djin Djin, brings her exquisitely expressive style to the Walt Whitman Theatre, exploring the relationships between diverse musical cultures with her blend of funk, salsa, Afro-pop, Caribbean zouk, Congolese rumba, and gospel music. This Benin-born, Brooklyn-based singer crosses musical boundaries and, in doing so, seeks to unite different world cultures through her music.
On Djin Djin, Ms. Kidjo sings in her native language of Yoruba as well as in English and in French and performs duets with Josh Groban, Alicia Keys, Peter Gabriel, Joss Stone, Ziggy Marley, Amadou and Mariam, and Branford Marsalis. The title Djin Djin refers to the sound of a bell in Africa that greets the new day.