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Sounds Over Seattle: Intimate House Concert with Afro-fusion band Mokoomba

May 26 @ 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm


Mokoomba afro-fusion band from ZimbabweWe are doing it again and last time we SOLD OUT!

Crooked Trails and Big Talk records present the latest show in the Sounds Over Seattle Music Series with Afro-Fusion band Mokoomba. This is a not-to-miss show!”

Join us at this intimate meet-and-greet the artists show! Cuddle on couches, stand up and shake your booty or sway to the amazing sounds of Mokoomba.

Before and after cocktail hour will give you time for intimate conversations with the members of Mokoomba. Tickets include gourmet appetizers, wine and beer and a dynamic acoustic show.

The music of Mokoomba incorporates ska, expert Congolese grooves, quasi-reggae, funky rap and even a Latin tune along the way, as well as Afro-Cuban tunes featuring their own traditional music.

On Afropop Worldwide, Banning Erye says “Mokoomba is quite simply the most impressive band Zimbabwe has produced in recent memory…..Lead singer Mathias Muzaza has been all over southern Africa, absorbing music and culture. He speaks 6 languages, and sings with a sharp, clear voice capable of gale force exertions we might expect to hear from a West African griot.”

On their U.S. tour with a stop in Seattle, come celebrate the incredible music of this lively band from Zimbabwe. A private show for our friends and family only.


LOCATION TBA: Secret House Concert in Seattle. We will send you the location.


Sounds Over Seattle is a partnership between Crooked Trails and Big Talk Records to showcase and promote the music of world musicians and to raise funds for projects powered by extraordinary women around the world.

We wish to amplify the voices of those who speak up for social change; giving them a platform to spread their word.

We organize intimate, local performances that take the curious and the conscious to dynamic countries around the world.

Music is a great platform to raise awareness and we invite you to converse with us and your local musicians in an effective way that moves you to action.

Money raised from the show will go to support Catherine’s Coffee House. A nonprofit coffee house is Cameroon Africa supporting woman’s health and education.


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info (at) crookedtrails (dot) org

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