The Many Faces Of Gloria Bosman

Soweto-born star Gloria Bosman is nothing short of sensational. With a long list of accolades, including two SA  Music Awards (SAMA's), two KORA nominations and eleven SAMA nominations, Bosman has earned her status  as one of South Africa’s most celebrated singers.  Although originally trained in opera, Bosman’s singing style is entirely unique. She epitomizes Afro-soul and with  every performance, captivates her audience with the sensuality of jazz. She has shared the stage with musical  legends Hugh Masekela, Sibongile Khumalo, Moses Molelekwa, Tananas and Sipho Mabuse, to name but a  few.  Each of her five albums has been an unmitigated success: Her debut offering,Tranquillity, earned her the  coveted award for Best Newcomer as well as nominations for Best Contemporary Jazz Album and Best Female  Artist at the 2001 SAMAs. Her second album, The Many Faces Of Gloria Bosman, featured collaborations with  some of the finest musicians in South Africa, and has earned her nominations for both Best Southern African  Artist and Most Promising Female Artist at the prestigious KORA Awards of 2001, as well as a SAMA nomination  for Best Jazz Vocal Album. While Bosman’s album Stop and Think earned her nominations for Best Female Artist  and Best Jazz Vocal Album at the 2003 South African Music Awards, Nature’s Dances, a solo album released in  2004, received no fewer than six SAMA nominations as well as winning Bosman the title of Best Female  Composer. Her latest offering, Emzini, has proved to be another triumph and besides a warm public reception,  has enjoyed widespread radio airplay and television exposure.  Gloria’s unstoppable drive and talent have seen her break boundaries and gain followers in every corner of  the country. She has performed on SA's top stages and headlined at numerous national festivals, and is also a  frequent performer at the many major Afrikaans music festivals, including KKNK, Aardklop and Skouspel in Sun  City.

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Herbie Tsoaeli
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HERBIE Tsoaeli cut his musical teeth in Nyanga East Township, Cape Town, South Africa, where he was born and raised. Since moving to Johannesburg in 1995 Herbie has developed a reputation as one of the most accomplished and in-demand electric and acoustic bass players in the country.

Herbie performs regularly with Zim Ngqawana, Bheki Khoza, Sibongile Khumalo, and the legendary South African tenor saxophonist, Winston Mankunku Ngozi. He is the featured bassist on Mankunku's 2003 album "Abantwana be Afrika".