Sally Boss Madam's OAS1SONE Premium Livestream Concert this weekend

28 July 2020 | Art and Entertainment

OAS1SONE and Rockstar Television proudly present an electrifying Premium Livestream Concert by the multi award-winning queen of Namibian music, Sally Boss Madam.
The event is scheduled for Saturday, 1 August, at 20:00 on RockstarTV live from OAS1SONE’s new world-class studios in Windhoek.
Sally Boss Madam is the first artist from Namibia on this platform and joins a vast line-up of the who's who of Pan African and international superstars who have hosted OAS1SONE Premium Livestream Concerts or their Video On Demand content on RockstarTV and GospelTV - superstars such as Babes Wadumo, Cassper Nyovest, Trey Songz, Bonang Matheba and The Parlotones, among many others.

From a tender age
Unique and original Sally Boss Madam makes Afro-fusion, Afro-pop and soul music. Being the only girl between two brothers, she started singing in the church choir at the tender age of 11.
Inspired by Freshly Ground, Keri Hilson and Alanis Morissette, her songwriting inspiration comes from past and daily experiences and dreams.
Since her writing comes from the heart, there is no doubt she’s serious about making music, and makes all her projects a success.
One of the most nominated and acclaimed artists in Namibia today and an icon of Namibian music entertainment, Sally Boss Madam is without doubt one of the best and most electrifying live performers in country.

Virtual concert
Tickets to the livestream concert are available at webtickets.com.na and in-store at all Pick n Pay stores nationwide.
Tickets can also be purchased across the rest of Africa and worldwide from either computicket.com or rockstartelevision.com.

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