Tenelle to perform ‘Love and Reggae’ concert in Solomon Islands
The California-based American Samoan international music artist Tenelle will be performing her ‘love and reggae’ concert series in Solomon Islands this weekend.
She is expected to arrive on 7th February.
Doorman’s Project (DMP) Manager and Agent Victor Lopez confirmed this to SIBC news.
Tenelle is the famous international singer and songwriter behind the hit song ‘Island King’.
The Grammy award nominee who goes by the name Tenelle Christine Luafalemana, will be seen performing live for the first time in the Solomon Islands this Friday 10th February at the Coral Sea Resort.
“Tenelle will arrive in the country on Tuesday 7th February and is very excited to be finally coming to the Solomon Islands for her very first time.”
“The first show will be Friday 10th of February. It will be held at Coral Sea Resort, alongside DMP, Flypsyddaz Band, Blad P2A, Young Davie, Sisiva, Trabol Sum, and Ruffneck, and will be hosted by DJ Tom Tom of Zfm & Big Momma.”
“Her second show will be on Saturday 11th February in Noro, Western Province at Double-A Nightclub,” Mr. Lopez said.
He adds that Tenelle will also visit schools and hospitals in the country as well as record with local artists.
“She will also be visiting local schools, and hospitals in the country and hopefully be able to record music with local artists.”
“It’s an honor to have the chance to tour Grammy award nominee, billboard charting, 2018 pacific music awards winner ‘Tenelle’ to the Solomon Islands which is also the first female reggae artist to tour the Solomon Islands in over 13 years.”
“Blad P2A of DMP was on tour recently with Tenelle in Australia and we were privileged to witness her deliver an amazing performance; we knew at that point that we needed to bring her to the Solomon Islands,” he said.
She has recently been on tour in the pacific islands for the last three months where she performed sold-out shows in Fiji, Australia, New Zealand, Samoa, Tonga, and Hawaii.
Her shows in the country will be the final one of her tour in the pacific where she will take a month’s break to record her new album.
By Simon Tavake