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Michael Kiwanuka is only 33, yet he is already well-rooted in the musical landscape of the 21st century. His style is deeply bound to soul, but not constrained by it. His timeless, universal music ventures well beyond the boundaries of genres.

This young musician from the Muswell Hill area of London was born from Ugandan parents. There’s no faulting his song writing skills, but his voice is what struck those who first heard him. It is unique, deep, moving, warm, as if haunted by his African ancestors and African-American spiritual brothers, from Bill Withers to Terry Callier to Otis Redding. As soon as his debut album “Home again” was released in 2012, we knew we were dealing with a very special artist. Four years later, “Love & Hate” vindicated our trust. “Kiwanuka”, his latest eponymous album produced and arranged with Danger Mouse and Inflo, is his first masterpiece. Moulding deep grooves with both ancestral and futuristic flavours, Michael invented avant-garde folk music accessible to all ears. His lyrics are to the standard of his music and several songs are already classics, including Piano Joint (This Kind Of Love), Hard To Say Goodbye and Hero (in which he enchants us on the guitar). Come and discover the quiet strength of Kiwanuka during one of the major events of this 2020 edition.

Rates :
 
/ Regular price : 44 €
/ Train TER + concert : 46,60€
/ Reduced price : 41 €
/ 15-25 years old price : 30 €
/ 4-14 years old price : 4 €
/ Trio Pack : 105 €
/ 7 Night pass : 180€-190 €
/ Full pass : 350 €

Photo credits : © Olivia Rose

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