Whenever singer, Ssue, decides to go jazzy, there’s one guy she often prefers to be by her and that is saxophonist, Steve Bedi.
They bond extremely well to the delight of fans when she throws improvised vocal melodies at him and he adequately responds with some mellow squeaks on his alto saxophone.
That’s the kind of enjoyable scenario the two artistes will create again when they feature at the Commotion Concert headlined by Ssue on Saturday, December 1, at Alliance Francaise Accra.
Their two most recent joint performances were at +233 Jazz Bar and Grill and Wanshi Gardens, both in Accra in August, when Ssue did her four-gig Accra city tour.
They have since extensively revised their notes and are gearing up to give the audience a first-rate show.
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Ssue is also delighted to be working with well-known, experienced musicians of the calibre of Pat Thomas and Gyedu Blay Ambolley.
She sees them as god fathers who have greatly contributed to the development of popular music in this country and deserve utmost respect from everyone.
“Being on the same stage with such luminaries is an honour for me.
I really treasure them and the wonderful music they have given. We can only hope to grow successfully into their big shoes,” Ssue said.
Other performers slated for the show include rappers Paa Kwesi, Baby G, Mobeatz and Kurrency.
Dance groups such as the Africana Dance Ensemble, Kaasah Cultural Troupe, Phreshchick Hip Hop Dance Collective and the Fairies are all billed to show their skills.