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  • March 14th: The second Who’s Afraid of Adani&Wolf live

    After the fantastic and sold-out kick-off, on February 14, it’s now time for the Sequel!

    This week, Friday march 14, Who’s Afraid of Adani&Wolf will go live again inThe North Sea Jazz Club.

    The first episode of this event was a huge succes with fantastic musicians, great tunes and dancing people everywhere! Guaranteed that the second episode will be no different! Who’s Afraid of Adani&Wolf live is presented by Sublime FM.

    On a ‘Who’s Afraid of Adani&Wolf’ night, the Groove Musketeers themselves take place behind the turntables, spinning those fine and rare tunes (lots of them created by themselves), but will also grab an instrument (Rhodes, Hammond, harmonica, melodica, guitar, etc.) when they feel like it.

    But every night they will also feature a couple of super solo musicians to venture into their musical expedition with them, add their specific flavour and thus lifting the music higher and higher and so creating an exciting mix of organic live music and great energetic tracks! These musicians can be a saxophone player, a trumpet player, a lead vocalist, a percussionist or any musicians Adani&wolf can get their hands on!

    For this second episode on March 14, Les Seigneurs put together again a superb line-up: The amazing Kraak & Smaak soul diva Berenice van Leer will host the evening vocally, she is also know from the Wicked Jazz Sounds. The Super musician Wouter Schueler (known from The New Cool Collective and Sinas) on saxophone and Flute, is always a musical power house. And, to give this evening a special warm and exotic vibe, Adani&wolf are featuring a fantastic singer: The Senegalese vocal master: Mola Sylla. Having goosebumps when Mr Sylla starts singing is a rather common phenomenon among listeners!

    One other feature of the evening is worth mentioning: ‘Who’s Afraid of Adani&Wolf’ is not ‘your average day’ jazz concert, it’s much more a total sensory experience. The last thing Adani&wolf want to do, is to create a physical and mental gap between them and the fans. That’s why they are getting of the stage and into the crowd with their whole setup, thus diminishing the distance between the listener and performer, resulting in a stronger energetic and creative blend between them.

    ‘Who’s Afraid of Adani&Wolf’ live: highly energetic music combined with the organic intensity and drive of live musicians!