Sunday, December 18, 2011

Ezereve 6.30pm tonight at The Ellington

It is a fact: one person CAN make a difference. Perth Songstress Ezereve is changing the world for those less fortunate one song at a time.

Following two sell out nights at the Ellington Jazz Club in October 2011 to launch her EP, Ezereve is a singer with a story to tell. Blessed with angelic looks, a pretty voice, and poignant songs full of emotion and messages she has set her heart on using her talent to raise money to support the causes she is passionate about.

Ezereve returns to The Ellington Jazz Club stage on Sunday 18th December for a night of songs and stories. True to form, she will also ensure she makes the evening at The Ellington Jazz Club count towards her goal of raising $10,000 by the end of 2011 – a task she commenced in September yet is already over half-way to achieving. Working with outstanding musicians, Ezereve will perform songs from her fast-selling EP, Stop Traffik, and patrons can also bid on a silent auction with great prizes.

Ezereve is also a World Vision Ambassador and will contribute every dollar from the auction and CD sales on the night towards Servants Anonymous Foundation. By attending, not only will you be blessed by an evening of wonderful talent in the company of an inspirational musician, but you too will walk away knowing that on December 18th, you made a difference to someone’s life simply by being there.

Ezereve will be supported by Georgi Kay, 2010 and 2011 WAM Song of the Year winner. The eighteen year old singer/songwriter has already racked up the sorts of accolades and awards that many artists spend decades working for, and she’s just getting warmed up. Her wonderfully unusual voice will enthrall you. Georgi is also a Youth Ambassador for and supports LifelineWA.

Vocals/guitar- Ezereve
Guitar- Chris Gibbs
Drums/ percussion- Dave Rajendrum
Piano/ backing vocals- Bernardine Grigson
Bass- Gareth Hughes
Support act- Georgi Kay

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