Thursday, April 18, 2024

Brancker’s class act


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THE RAIN STOLE THE SHOW Saturday night at the Naniki Music Festival at Holders Hill as umbrellas did their up and down dance during the penultimate night of the five-day event.

While it did not dim the brillance of homeboy Nicholas Brancker nor the mellowness of international star Roberta Flack, it was an unwelcome guest at the sold-out event where people who had to pay up to $250 for VIP were cold, hungry and miserable.

nicholas-branker-naniki-jazz-011816Not everyone it seemed got to see the show as the news that Grammy Award singer and pianist Flack had switched her performance time and was opening the show while Brancker would close, was not relayed to the masses.

Please read the full story in today’s Daily Nation, or in the eNATION edition.


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