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ESA
Jazz Cafe
Wednesday 19 April 2017

£14 ADV 7PM

One of the many gems unearthed by Brian Shimkovitz aka Awesome Tapes From Africa, the Ghanaian highlife singer Yaw Atta-Owusu aka Ata Kak has emerged to arguably be the jewel in ATFA’s crown.

The story tells itself; since picking up Ata Kak’s mid-90s cassette Obaa Sima in a street market in Cape Coast, Ghana back in 2002, Shimkovitz embarked on a global search to discover the man responsible for it.

He eventually got a tip off on Atta-Owusu’s whereabouts, and since then he’s been touring the world as Ata Kak and wowing audiences with his infectious hybrid of reggae and dancehall, including a show stopping performance at this year’s Sonar Festival. It needs to be seen in the flesh to be believed.

TICKETS AVAILABLE HERE

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Ata kak

Ata kak

ESA
Jazz Cafe
Wednesday 19 April 2017

£14 ADV 7PM

One of the many gems unearthed by Brian Shimkovitz aka Awesome Tapes From Africa, the Ghanaian highlife singer Yaw Atta-Owusu aka Ata Kak has emerged to arguably be the jewel in ATFA’s crown.

The story tells itself; since picking up Ata Kak’s mid-90s cassette Obaa Sima in a street market in Cape Coast, Ghana back in 2002, Shimkovitz embarked on a global search to discover the man responsible for it.

He eventually got a tip off on Atta-Owusu’s whereabouts, and since then he’s been touring the world as Ata Kak and wowing audiences with his infectious hybrid of reggae and dancehall, including a show stopping performance at this year’s Sonar Festival. It needs to be seen in the flesh to be believed.

TICKETS AVAILABLE HERE

RSVP ON FACEBOOK

LISTEN



Ata kak

Ata kak

ESA
Jazz Cafe
Wednesday 19 April 2017

£14 ADV 7PM

One of the many gems unearthed by Brian Shimkovitz aka Awesome Tapes From Africa, the Ghanaian highlife singer Yaw Atta-Owusu aka Ata Kak has emerged to arguably be the jewel in ATFA’s crown.

The story tells itself; since picking up Ata Kak’s mid-90s cassette Obaa Sima in a street market in Cape Coast, Ghana back in 2002, Shimkovitz embarked on a global search to discover the man responsible for it.

He eventually got a tip off on Atta-Owusu’s whereabouts, and since then he’s been touring the world as Ata Kak and wowing audiences with his infectious hybrid of reggae and dancehall, including a show stopping performance at this year’s Sonar Festival. It needs to be seen in the flesh to be believed.

TICKETS AVAILABLE HERE

RSVP ON FACEBOOK

LISTEN



Ata kak

Ata kak

ESA
Jazz Cafe
Wednesday 19 April 2017

£14 ADV 7PM

One of the many gems unearthed by Brian Shimkovitz aka Awesome Tapes From Africa, the Ghanaian highlife singer Yaw Atta-Owusu aka Ata Kak has emerged to arguably be the jewel in ATFA’s crown.

The story tells itself; since picking up Ata Kak’s mid-90s cassette Obaa Sima in a street market in Cape Coast, Ghana back in 2002, Shimkovitz embarked on a global search to discover the man responsible for it.

He eventually got a tip off on Atta-Owusu’s whereabouts, and since then he’s been touring the world as Ata Kak and wowing audiences with his infectious hybrid of reggae and dancehall, including a show stopping performance at this year’s Sonar Festival. It needs to be seen in the flesh to be believed.

TICKETS AVAILABLE HERE

RSVP ON FACEBOOK

LISTEN



Ata kak

Ata kak

ESA
Jazz Cafe
Wednesday 19 April 2017

£14 ADV 7PM

One of the many gems unearthed by Brian Shimkovitz aka Awesome Tapes From Africa, the Ghanaian highlife singer Yaw Atta-Owusu aka Ata Kak has emerged to arguably be the jewel in ATFA’s crown.

The story tells itself; since picking up Ata Kak’s mid-90s cassette Obaa Sima in a street market in Cape Coast, Ghana back in 2002, Shimkovitz embarked on a global search to discover the man responsible for it.

He eventually got a tip off on Atta-Owusu’s whereabouts, and since then he’s been touring the world as Ata Kak and wowing audiences with his infectious hybrid of reggae and dancehall, including a show stopping performance at this year’s Sonar Festival. It needs to be seen in the flesh to be believed.

TICKETS AVAILABLE HERE

RSVP ON FACEBOOK

LISTEN



Ata kak

Ata kak

ESA
Jazz Cafe
Wednesday 19 April 2017

£14 ADV 7PM

One of the many gems unearthed by Brian Shimkovitz aka Awesome Tapes From Africa, the Ghanaian highlife singer Yaw Atta-Owusu aka Ata Kak has emerged to arguably be the jewel in ATFA’s crown.

The story tells itself; since picking up Ata Kak’s mid-90s cassette Obaa Sima in a street market in Cape Coast, Ghana back in 2002, Shimkovitz embarked on a global search to discover the man responsible for it.

He eventually got a tip off on Atta-Owusu’s whereabouts, and since then he’s been touring the world as Ata Kak and wowing audiences with his infectious hybrid of reggae and dancehall, including a show stopping performance at this year’s Sonar Festival. It needs to be seen in the flesh to be believed.

TICKETS AVAILABLE HERE

RSVP ON FACEBOOK

LISTEN



Ata kak

Ata kak

ESA
Jazz Cafe
Wednesday 19 April 2017

£14 ADV 7PM

One of the many gems unearthed by Brian Shimkovitz aka Awesome Tapes From Africa, the Ghanaian highlife singer Yaw Atta-Owusu aka Ata Kak has emerged to arguably be the jewel in ATFA’s crown.

The story tells itself; since picking up Ata Kak’s mid-90s cassette Obaa Sima in a street market in Cape Coast, Ghana back in 2002, Shimkovitz embarked on a global search to discover the man responsible for it.

He eventually got a tip off on Atta-Owusu’s whereabouts, and since then he’s been touring the world as Ata Kak and wowing audiences with his infectious hybrid of reggae and dancehall, including a show stopping performance at this year’s Sonar Festival. It needs to be seen in the flesh to be believed.

TICKETS AVAILABLE HERE

RSVP ON FACEBOOK

LISTEN



Ata kak

Ata kak

ESA
Jazz Cafe
Wednesday 19 April 2017

£14 ADV 7PM

One of the many gems unearthed by Brian Shimkovitz aka Awesome Tapes From Africa, the Ghanaian highlife singer Yaw Atta-Owusu aka Ata Kak has emerged to arguably be the jewel in ATFA’s crown.

The story tells itself; since picking up Ata Kak’s mid-90s cassette Obaa Sima in a street market in Cape Coast, Ghana back in 2002, Shimkovitz embarked on a global search to discover the man responsible for it.

He eventually got a tip off on Atta-Owusu’s whereabouts, and since then he’s been touring the world as Ata Kak and wowing audiences with his infectious hybrid of reggae and dancehall, including a show stopping performance at this year’s Sonar Festival. It needs to be seen in the flesh to be believed.

TICKETS AVAILABLE HERE

RSVP ON FACEBOOK

LISTEN



Ata kak

Ata kak

ESA
Jazz Cafe
Wednesday 19 April 2017

£14 ADV 7PM

One of the many gems unearthed by Brian Shimkovitz aka Awesome Tapes From Africa, the Ghanaian highlife singer Yaw Atta-Owusu aka Ata Kak has emerged to arguably be the jewel in ATFA’s crown.

The story tells itself; since picking up Ata Kak’s mid-90s cassette Obaa Sima in a street market in Cape Coast, Ghana back in 2002, Shimkovitz embarked on a global search to discover the man responsible for it.

He eventually got a tip off on Atta-Owusu’s whereabouts, and since then he’s been touring the world as Ata Kak and wowing audiences with his infectious hybrid of reggae and dancehall, including a show stopping performance at this year’s Sonar Festival. It needs to be seen in the flesh to be believed.

TICKETS AVAILABLE HERE

RSVP ON FACEBOOK

LISTEN







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