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Elemotho to keep the fire burning amid economic hardships and spiritual poverty

Elemotho to keep the fire burning amid economic hardships and spiritual poverty

Elemotho and the Modern Nomads will perform a free show on 16 February, at the Cramers Ice Cream Restuarant.

The band will showcase their song collection from their latest offering, as a reminder to keep the fire within burning, especially in these time of economic hardship and spiritual poverty

They will be perform; ‘From the Kalahari with love’, which is the latest production by Elemotho. The artist in a statement encouraged the public, both young and old to come and experience love, ice cream and music, because love is the answer.

Elemotho is a local well established artist hailing from the Kalahari desert and grew up with storytelling around the fire and that has inspired him to create something that could make audiences dance as well as listen, smile, cry, find peace and wisdom.

His music has gone as far as featuring in the Netflix series, Frankie and Grace, as well as earned him to become a musical Ambassador for Save the Rhino Trust Namibia. Elemotho is the winner of the RFI Discoveries Awards 2012, among a list of more than 500 artists.


 

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