The Soul Travelers happily accepted an invitation to The Hip Hop Valley Show on Razo Radio hosted by DJ Sonsy and Robin where they played five songs (Road to Grow, Waiting for a King, Paint a Picture, Gold, and What I Am) live on air. The vibes were great and the hosts were top notch. Check out the video above of the complete performance and a bit of the happy banter. You can track The Soul Travelers tour schedule on BandsinTown and on their Facebook page. Listen, share, and enjoy!
Check out an up close and personal look as The Soul Travelers took the stage for Spelen de GRAP at The Sugar Factory in Amsterdam, NL. They guys lay down the funky, crowd-included jam, "Paint a Picture," reminding us "what is written in your heart will paint a picture in your mind." Stay up to date on upcoming shows by following the crew on Facebook and BandsinTown.
This past friday, Febrauary 28th, The Soul Travelers (G-DO & Xception + Bernt Nellen + ?) had their first full live set at The Mixtup Project in Amsterdam, NL. The band served up a tight ten song set for the attentive and close crowd and it couldn't have gone much better. Stay tuned for more shows and releases from The Soul Travelers.
Another capture from Shishani, Bernt, Guido, and Donnie aka We're Still Working on a Band Name. Check out Road to Grow, performed and recorded from Caroline's kitchen in Swakop, Namibia. Something is being cooked up with this crew and we're excited to see/hear the rest.
While on the road throughout Namibia this past December, the crew had to pull over and harmonize with the desert for a little bit. Enjoy the clip below, shot by Mussa Zimba, of Guido, Bernt, Shishani, and Donnie performing Gale Sayers aka A Way Out.
Download A Way Out here: http://g-doxception.bandcamp.com/track/a-way-out-single
Bernt Nellen doing what he does best, seeing instruments and making music. Enjoy the sounds for a short walk home through the streets of Ongwediva, Namibia on Christmas day 2013.
From The Namibian -
Shishani impressed the jury because of her stage presence and relevant lyrics. As part of the prize, she won €500 for musical instruments from Dijkman Music, and studio time at Jottem Studios, a 10-ride ticket for rehearsal at muzyQ studios, 100 promo CDs from Datamax, €250 credit toward digital distribution through Song Flow, coaching, a radio interview at Radio Mortale and various performances.
Shishani will be heading back to Namibia in September and is currently hard at work on her full length album, while promoting her music around Europe.
Shishani and the band showed the packed crowd at Het Bosch an incredible show, being one of the only bands of the evening to perform original material. Shishani once again showed why her performances are one of a kind and how, even in the cold outdoor shade, she can light a fire. Check the video above to see Shishani perform "Keep Standing" and the gallery below for some stills of the show.