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Di. 6. März 201820:00

Cécile Doo-Kingué Trio (USA/CAN) – World Blues & Soul
Radio Bremen 2 präsentiert!

Cecile Doo Kingue“Women in (e)motion” 2018 – Zum 30jährigen Bestehen dieses Festivals präsentiert Radio Bremen 2 unter anderem das energiegeladene Trio der in Montreal lebenden Sängerin und Gitarristin Cécile Doo-Kingué im Oldenburger Wilhelm13. Ihre Mixtur aus Bluesrock, Soul, Afro-Roots und engagiertem Songwriting begeistert durch starke wie sympathische Bühnenpräsenz. Canned Heat, Angélique Kidjo, Youssou N’Dour, Manu Dibango und die Blind Boys of Alabama teilten bereits mit ihr die Bühne. Bei den Maple Blues Awards ist die Musikerin für 2018 gleich dreifach nominiert: Best Female Vocalist Of The Year – Best Songwriter Of The Year – Best Guitarist Of The Year. Chapeau!

Cécile Doo-Kingué auf YouTube:

Little Bit
Anybody Listening
Ma´s Kitchen
Bloodstained Vodka
Sunshine Lady
Album 2015
Sweet Talking Devil
Live At Theatre Rialto De Montreal
Live au Coup de cœur francophone

Guitarist and vocalist Cécile Doo-Kingué is one of Montreal’s most electrifying guitarists, and a favourite of the city’s groove aficionados. Her bewitching, incomparable fretwork and deep, suave voice blends blues, soul and afro-folk to create a signature sound on which one can surf to the end of the world. Born first generation in New York to diplomat parents from the Cameroon, Cécile has lived in France, the United States, and is now at home in Montréal. This meeting of cultures is reflected in the eclecticism of her music – a world blues. She has dazzled with Montreal cult bands Dibondoko and Aliens, played or recorded with the Montréal Jubilation Choir, Bernard Purdie, Tricia Foster, Cindy Doire, Soul City, and United Steel Workers of Montréal to name but a few, and has opened for Manu Dibango and Youssou N’Dour. She’s released 4 recordings, the latest, Anybody Listening Pt. 1: Monologues has been described as “Committed, uncompromising, and passionate, this is serious blues…”. Her songs “look at everything from social injustices to prejudice to desire… [she] tears Vladimir Putin a new one over anti-gay legislation in Russia in the song Bloodstained Vodka…”. Cécile has talent, a voice, and something to say. Come hear.

Weitere Infos: www.cdkmusik.com

Eintritt: VVK € 18.00/erm. 13.00, AK €20.00/erm. €15.00 –- Bitte reservieren Sie Ihre Karten online oder telefonisch: 0441-691634 bzw. per Mail info@singersplayersclub.de

Veranstalter: Singers & Players im Kulturclub Oldenburg e.V.