K.O.G. - Kweku of Ghana - Part of RVJ&BF
Dates: 30 Apr 2022 - 30 Apr 2022
Location: The Grand Venue - Clitheroe
If Michael Jackson brought magic and mystery to his performances and David Bowie brought charisma and style then this exciting African based artist will bring energy and passion into each and every live music set to an appreciative audience who welcome his unique take on his heavy blend of reggae infused sounds.
Kweku Sackey aka K.O.G. (Kweku of Ghana) is a multi-dimensional creative force, combining exquisite writing skills with shamanistic live performance, fierce raps, perfectly on pitch singing across a massive vocal range and some absolutely wicked dance moves.
A multi tasker with the skills to bang a drum, arrange, direct his band and stylize his group. A real lyricist who can compose poems and write stories. He uses a mix of English, Pidgin and Ga to paint sonic pictures that reach deep into the souls of everyone ready to listen.
As part of Ribble Valley Jazz and Blues Festival K.O.G. - Kweku of Ghana will be performing at The Grand Venue in Clitheroe on Saturday 30th April 2022. Doors 8pm.
Tickets range from :-
- £15 - Standard
- Under 18’s - free
- Ribble Valley Jazz Member - £13
- Under 25’s - £5.
You can book online at the following website link:-
You’ll also be able to view Kweku’s upbringing including his many influences, the places he has performed and his full line-up.
You can also experience a performance of his time on Later…with Jools Holland with his song ‘If I know’ from March 2021.
This is an artist at his finest. He knows how to work the audience and his music is fitting at a time when we all need a boost in our lives.
^Alex Ashworth CCG Art Blogger