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Music Bunk at #NBOLitfest

Friends,
 
Public libraries can become performance spaces, right?! Our inaugural (virtual) edition features musical performances from Eastlands Library featuring Karun, Sanaipei Tande and Tetu Shani. This series was inspired by NPR’s Tiny Desk Concerts and staged at Eastlands Library. Our aim is to convert some of the physical events that we would host at these libraries into virtual experiences that can be enjoyed by all.
 
Go ahead and mark your calendar for 7th-9th October 2021, then head on to our website to see who's coming!
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Meet Karun...

Karun, an alt. RnB musician from Nairobi who has captivated audiences since she was a teenager, joins us for an acoustic set at #NBOLitfest. Ahead of her set, we asked her what Nairobi means to her and the inspo behind her music. Watch and get to know her and hear her thoughts.

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MEET SANAIPEI TANDE..
One of Kenya's leading R&B artists, Sanaipei Tande joins us for an acoustic set at #NBOLitfest. Sanaipei, who has released popular tracks with some of the biggest names in the industry like Jua Cali, Madtraxx, Big Pin, King Kaka, Nadia Mukami among others, shares her thoughts on what artists can do to support libraries.
Tune in and sign up for her set during #NBOLitfest
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MEET TETU SHANI...

 

We catch up with Tetu Shani ahead of his African Sun Sundowner at #NBOLItfest. An award-winning singer-songwriter (Global Music Awards and live perfomer, Tetu shares his nuggets on wisdom on the space for music and literature.

“Books and music. The root of the tree is the same but they are also two completely different roots. In music, we take what’s written in a book and we condense it to something very succinct”. 

 

Signed up, already? Go ahead and catch his acoustic set during #NBOLitFest!

 
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AND...A SNIPPED OF A MUSICAL!
 
The LAM Sisterhood (Laura Ekumbo, Aleya Kassam and Anne Moraa) are joined by Wanja Wohoro to form WaLAM; four Kenyan women perform a snippet of their musical, Weaver Bird. This musical is about the life of Field Marshal Muthoni Wa Kirima, the highest-ranking soldier in Kenya’s Land and Freedom Army and one of the most important figures in Kenya’s struggle for independence. This work is being developed as part of The Nairobi Musical Theatre Initiative and will be rocking your screens from McMillan Memorial Library. 
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Got a question about #NBOLitfest? Check out our FAQs! You can also drop us an email at: hello@bookbunk.org! Mark your calendars and see you at the festival!
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