Windsor T & T - (LA Chanson Francaise and More) Rene Tshiakanyi
22nd May 2017 - 22nd May 2017Starring
Rene Tshiakanyi About The Show
If you are after a sundowner and some good music, varied sounds to wash away the Monday blues each week, consider popping in at Durban's Windsor Tennis Club (opposite Glenwood Boys's High) every Monday. If you wish to play some tennis from 3pm to 6pm, the grab a boerewors roll or toasted sandwich and a drink, and from 6pm to 9pm , listen to some great music by different acts. (we are starting tennis earlier due to winter)
- every Monday - R 50-00 entrance Music from 6pm to 9pm
A sensational Singer/Songwriter with songs in French, English, Afrikaans and Portuguese.
He describes his music as the combination of classic and pop ballads, Rnb, Reggae and Folk music.
René Tshiakanyi is a musician whose musical style is unique.
His debut Single named " La presse s' efface" meaning " Journalists are being erased" A tribute to the fight for media freedom introduced him to a wide listening audience and put his name on many lips.
This song received a wide acclaim when it was aired by the Belgium radio (RTBFI) and the UN radio in Africa (OKAPI). In 2008 a music video of the song was released . The video was nominated in both 2009 and 2010 for the shockwaves Awards of the British Magazine NME.
René Tshiakanyi was asked by the French radio (RFI) to write a tribute song to Mr Nelson Mandela, the song accompanied the radio show that was aired in France and in the world via DSTV while the entire world was saying goodbye to Nelson Mandela in December 2013.
After his first Album "Now that I am Free" a live acoustic recording release in 2011 Rene Tshiakanyi his now working on his second Album and hope to release it soon.
René Tshiakanyi is the LIFE LINE DURBAN Ambassador.