KAHN & Karen Zoid: We Could be Divine
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Company: KAHN & Karen Zoid
Off the back of the release of their debut number 1 charting collaboration We Could Be Divine, Kahn Morbee and Karen Zoid have announced a run of collaborative performances in 2017. After forging a friendship together on The Voice SA, the combination of their creative spaces eventually culminated in their hit single charting across radio stations throughout South Africa. “Organic and effortless” is how Kahn describes their song writing process. Performing together in full concert was the natural next step for them. Off the back of the massive response received for We Could Be Divine, the duo will be bringing their concert to the Guy Butler Theatre. Supported by MNET and set to be one of the most highly anticipated shows of 2017, these SAMA-winning singer-songwriters will be performing their hit duet alongside current bodies of work both past and present. Having two South African music icons share the stage and perform each other’s hits will undoubtedly be a concert that is guaranteed to enthral the audience like no other.
About Kahn Morbee: Widely known as the enigmatic frontman of The Parlotones and as a solo artist, Kahn Morbee’s distinct and distinguished vocal ability turns heads wherever he goes. The Parlotones entered the mainstream South African music industry in 2005 with Radiocontrolledrobot, which nabbed the SAMA award for Best Rock Album and Kahn released his
debut solo album Milk in 2016. The Parlotones have travelled the world extensively, performing with the likes of Kings of Leon, Imagine Dragons, The Cure and Coldplay. They’re also renowned for their creative ventures. The group sports their own wine brand and staged an original rock theatre production Dragonflies and Astronauts. The Parlotones’ achievements include a total of six SAMAs, four MK Awards, and two MTV Awards.
About Karen Zoid: Karen Zoid is South Africa’s undisputed Queen of Rock. At the start of the new millennium she burst onto the homegrown scene with a vibe that would instantaneously turn her into a local music icon. Moving effortlessly between Afrikaans and English music, Karen has caught the eye of international publications such as Time Magazine, US News and World Report – all recognising her iconic status and influential power. Karen has also shared a stage with the world’s best performers, including Annie Lennox, Metallica, Hothouse Flowers, John Mayer, Seal and UB40. Following previous stints on M-Net’s Afrikaans channel kykNET, she recently spoke her mind as the President of The Republiek of Zoid Afrika.