United States-based Ghanaian Smooth Jazz guitarist, Nathan Pryce, has arrived in Accra to play at the Commotion concert headlined by Ssue and scheduled for Saturday, December 1 at Alliance Francaise Accra.
Pryce was last in town last September for the launch of his six-track Dreams album at the +233 Jazz Bar & Grill at North Ridge.
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It was a successful event that saw many music lovers enjoy his fusion of Highlife and traditional Ghanaian stuff with Smooth Jazz.
Pryce said he honoured the invitation to play at Commotion because Ssue is a brilliant up-and–coming artiste and she needs all the support she can get from older hands in the business.
“Also, there were people keen to be at the Dreams launch last September but could not due to intermittent rain on the night. The programme, however, went very well and people danced in the rain.
“Some of those who couldn’t turn up want to catch up on what they missed of me at the Commotion show,” Pryce added.
Other performers billed for the December 1 Alliance Francaise event include Steve Bedi, Gyedu Blay Ambolley, Pat Thomas, Dela Botri, the Phreshchick Hip Hop Dance Collective and the Ananse Band.