In celebration of women

Patience Bambalele

Patience Bambalele

Award-winning singer Keabetswe Motsilanyane-Pinana will dazzle music lovers on Saturday when the Women in Arts R&B Concert happens at the Bassline, Newtown.

Known as KB in music circles, Keabetswe is among the women billed to celebrate Women's Day in song.

KB is a talented musician who has grown and experimented with various sounds.

She is not only a singer but also an accomplished actress who at present has a part in the soapie Rhythm City.

Having just won a South African Music Award (Sama) in May, KB has rhythm, soul and a good voice - and three albums under her belt.

The singer will not be alone.

She will be sharing the stage with another talented female singer, Nhlanhla Nciza.

After starting her solo career on a high note, Mafikizolo star Nciza has been quiet. But music lovers will have a chance to see the singer again on stage.

The Afro-pop star's last album, titled Inguquko, received a lot of airplay on both television and radio. Since the Sama Awards at Sun City the singer has, however, kept a low profile.

Also in the line-up is Loyiso Bala, who will assist the sisters in celebrating their day.

Bala is one of the most talented young artists in the country.

Bala is noted for taking R&B in South Africa to another level.

The concert starts at 8pm and tickets cost R60 at Computicket.