CLUB 3VOOR12 DEN HAAG #2 [livestream]

Sunday 28 March 2021 2021

PAARD, Paardcaf√© and 3VOOR12 The Hague are back with a second edition of Club 3VOOR12! On Sunday, March 28, three talents will take the stage in the Grote Zaal. But that’s not all, all artists will be interviewd this evening before the performance. The following have been booked for the second edition: Sister Zonnebloem, Mariseya and IMBOS.

 

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Zuster Zonnebloem
In the sultry late summer of 2019, 4 souls came together with a shared passion for music from the 60s and 70s. As if it were meant to be, they grab their instruments and a magical formula is created accompanied by groovy rhythms, colorful melodies and hypnotic singing, providing a psychedelic spectacle like you would only experience in the 60s. The wonderful trance and supernatural atmosphere in which this band takes you is an experience you will not soon forget. Imagine yourself in the Summer of Love with Sister Zonnebloem during the Live stream of Club 3voor12 The Hague!

Mariseya
The Hague singer Mariseya finds her roots in Ghana and describes her music as AfroRnB. There is probably no clearer name for her sound! Her love for RnB, soul and Afromusic ensures that she makes the popular genre fresh, contemporary and vibey. During the live stream of Club 3voor12 The Hague, she naturally takes us into her vibe and you will stay happy for a while afterwards, guaranteed!

IMBOS
IMBOS makes no bones about it. Not only with his music, but also with his lyrics, he tries to nestle himself as deeply as possible in the minds of his listeners. Whether it concerns personal suffering, social issues or timeless dreams, silence is no longer an option for IMBOS. Supported by smooth beats and dirty sunths, which seem to come from a time when he did not have a smooth upper lip himself, his message comes straight in. The sound is not only clearly inspired by the Nederpop from the 1980s, it also has common ground with artists of today such as Stippenlift, Elias Mazian and Fulco.