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Blossom, Sunny Boy and Penilane at Hart Van Windhoek

Mon, 29 July 2013 01:35
by Linekela Halwoodi


the Best female Artist of the Year, Blossom will be gracing Hart Van Windhoek fans with the Yaziza prince Sunny Boy, and boy band Penilane on 30 and 31 August.
The Namibian beauty will be performing in Finland before she comes back home, to take the stage with Komuthima Gwomeya, Tilila,  Ondjila Yetu to mention a few.
Blossom, whose real name is Ruusa Munalye, will be joined by her band members Sam Batola and Guicho B when she dedicates some of her performances to fight violence against women.
Hart Van Windhoek is going to host 25 artists in total including foreign musicians during this music festivity.
Some of the South African artists who will be in action include Bobby, Elvis Blue, Prime Circle, Karlien, Micasa, Die Heuwels Fantasties.
“I just want to do what I do best. I’ll be on the guitar, then do a solo with Tilila. So we can cry out to men. Just to make Namibians come because there will be international artists coming,” she says.
Sunny Boy (real name Sunday Shipushu) will make his first appearance at the Hart Van Windhoek.
He is expected to bring the first taste of Hikwa to the event that traditionally attracts a large crowd of enthusiastic music lovers.
Sunny Boy says he will perform songs from his old albums, the new albums as well as unreleased tracks.
“Obviously I wouldn’t want to tell you which songs because I want you to come to the show. I will bring something new that is Hikwa flavour, something energetic and hard,” he says.
Boy rock band, Penilane will also be getting some of the action from the show end of August. They will be giving the best of their music which they describe as progressive Sweaty Nuts Rock.
The band has been in existence since 2004 and is not strange to sharing the stage with foreign musicians.