African Sons of God

Thu Jun 13, 12pm–1pm
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African Sons of God is a choral singing group from South Africa, formed in 2009. They sing in the a cappella style known as Isicathamiya, which is best known from the international success of Ladysmith Black Mambazo. The leader of African Sons of God is Derrick Ogle, who is a former member of Junior Mambazo, the group formed by children of the original members of Ladysmith. African Sons of God began singing in churches, and soon received invitations to perform at weddings, funerals, and other religious occasions, before beginning to tour to music festivals. 

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