American songstress Chante Moore is currently in South Africa and is set to perform on the The Divas Of Dance Concert at The Dome, Old Grey Sports Ground. The singer was asked about how she feels about being in South Africa by The Daily Sun and she said that she loves the place. “I love being here, and I wish I could see even more of the country while I’m here,” she said.
The aim of the concert of the Divas Of Dance is to bring together the female legendary musicians in one place to share one stage and to sing some of their greatest hits of all times. The concerts involve musician women from all parts of the world, who were big from the 90’s. Chante is part of that list, her music career began way back in 90’s where she released some hit singles such as Love’s Taken Over and Candlelight And You, she later received a number of nominations from the Grammys and is still making music to this day. Her latest release is a single titled Real One.
Sharing the stage with her will be some of the best female musos in SA such as Lira, Angelique Kidjo, Amanda Black and Thandiswa Mazwai. The event she is will also be performing at is the Mangaung African Cultural Festival in Bloemfontein set to take place this coming Friday the 13th of October. Tickets for the Divas Concert are available at the Computicket and they cost R240.
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