Nancy G


This talented artiste has performed on stages around the world from Hungary (Sziget), Germany, UK (Glastonbury), South Africa (Joy of Jazz), to Swaziland (Bush Fire Festival), and Lagos (Nigeria) at the Felabration wowing audiences with her skills as a composer and performer.

Nancy has performed for audiences on shows such as SkyRoom Live and has graced the stages of shows like the Guess Fashion (Show 2012), and received much love during her performance at the 2012 Bush Fire International Music Arts festival in her home country Swaziland and most recently at Award winning musician Ntando’s album launch.

Bringing a fresh new sound Nancy G also had the opportunity to perform at the PSL awards in May 2012.Music has always been a huge part of her life. Singing, making up melodies and identifying harmony came naturally to Nancy G. With her family’s support the dream was but a strum of a string away. Her first taste of the guitar came about by listening to legends like of Neil Young, the Police, Michael Jackson ,Peter Tosh, Dolly Parton, Jimmy Hendrix, Miles Davis, the Who, and Nina Simone to name but a few.

Having travelled the world Nancy G describes her music as African Gypsy Rock. She was also part of the 2012 Mandela Day celebration on SABC3, which broadcasts to an estimated 19 million audiences across South Africa. Her music has been play listed on radio stations such as Alex FM, Chai FM, Mix FM and 5Fm. With her band the Human Family, Nancy G embarked on a tour throughout the SADC, over a period of 20 days. Nancy G is an activist who believes in “there is harmony in the essence of being”.

Under the umbrella of music she finds this commonality with her audience, society and fellow musicians. She has also been part of the UJ FM Power circle road show, where she is performing across the four campuses to an estimated audience of 50 000 students. Fans can expect to see more of Nancy G at the Moshito Festival for 2017.

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