Brighton Festival news: A Change is Gonna Come: Music for Human Rights
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We love this new artwork for A Change is Gonna Come, which comes to Brighton Festival on May 22 at Brighton Dome.
Leading an incredible sextet, are supremely talented queens of their trade: the soulful Carleen Anderson, jazz virtuosos Nikki Yeoh and Nubya Garcia and Mercury Prize-Winning rapper Speech Debelle. “For live performances, you absolutely have to see Carleen Anderson – at least three times in your life!” – Amy Winehouse
Four of the most gifted soul, jazz and rap artists explore the power of protest songs in this not to be missed collaboration. Leading an incredible sextet, are supremely talented queens of their trade: the soulful Carleen Anderson, jazz virtuosos Nikki Yeoh and Nubya Garcia and Mercury Prize-Winning rapper Speech Debelle.
On stage together for the first time, they will perform unique interpretations of iconic songs from the time of the civil rights through to today. This special concert also features powerful new compositions by Anderson and Yeoh highlighting the ongoing fight for equal human rights.
The band also features the awesome talents of bassist Renell Shaw who has collaborated, recorded and toured alongside artists such as Rudimental, Skepta, Nitin Sawhney, plus drummer Rod Youngs who has played with Gil Scott Heron, Hugh Masekela, Courtney Pine and Jocelyn Brown, amongst others.
Carleen Anderson – vocalist, MD
Nikki Yeoh – piano & keyboard, MD
Speech Debelle – rapper
Nubya Garcia – saxophone
Renell Shaw – electric bass
Rod Youngs – drums
Produced by Sound UK. Funded by Arts Council England and PRS For Music Foundation.
Tickets £15, £18.50*
*There is a £2 per order charge (excludes Members). Additional postage charges (50p standard or £1.50 Signed for mail) apply
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