Vivian Green, world renowned artiste is set to serenade Kenyan Neo Soul and R&B lovers at the Kefit Centre in Nairobi on 15th October. The event dubbed The Lounge Unplugged will also see Kenya’s Neema Ntalel and Fena performing.
Vivian’s Kenyan visit has been facilitated by Virgin Atlantic, who flew in Vivian Green and her crew at a cost of Kshs. 1.5 million.
The airline flies to 32 destinations around the world. In the United States of America, it flies to 10 destinations with a direct flight from Newark International Airport to Jomo Kenyatta International Airport.
Speaking of the upcoming concert, Virgin Atlantic Country Manager, David Rose said, “Virgin Atlantic is committed to supporting local talent, and to creating opportunities for you to relax and enjoy arts and music. I urge people to turn up in large numbers and come witness great music from Vivian Green.”
The tickets are on sale; going for Kshs 2,000 at Dormans Yaya Center, Westgate and Junction as well as the Intercontinental Hotel and Capital FM Offices. Tickets will be sold at the gate for 2500.
About Vivian Green
Vivian Green’s first performance was when she was five years old. At the age of eleven she started writing songs and became the fifth member of a girl group called Younique at the age of thirteen. Vivian Green got her first professional break at seventeen years when she got credit for writing “Dear God” for Boyz II Men. At the age of 19 she was a backup singer for Jill Scott.
Her first album was a Love Story released in November 2002 which featured her breakout hot “Emotional Rollercoaster”. She released her second studio album, Vivian in 2005; it features the hit lead single “Gotta Go, Gotta Leave (Tired)”. Her third album titled Beautiful was released in April 2010 which was recorded as an intimate, organic manner.