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Bella Kalolo Releases Debut Single

18 November 2008

Bella Kalolo Releases Debut Single


Bella Kalolo

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After two years of writing and six months of live performances, Bella Kalolo is set to release her debut single I Feel Like I’m in Love.

The talented singer and her seven-piece soul band will take the stage of Hope Bros in Wellington this Thursday 20 November to celebrate the release with a full show of original New Zealand music.

Bold and dedicated, Ms Kalolo is renowned for her dynamic and vibrant performances, and whether recorded or live her soulful style is filled with both passion and integrity. I Feel Like I’m in Love is the first single from her upcoming and as yet untitled debut album.

The self-penned I feel Like I'm in Love adds to an already full career for this hugely talented and unique artist.

Ms Kalolo has worked with numerous performers both locally and internationally, adding her vocal skill to projects featuring Renee Geyer, John Rowles, Dave Dobyn, Delta Goodrem, Jackie Clarke, Tina Cross, Frankie Stevens, Debbie Harwood, Carl Doy and Don McGlashan.

What: Bella Kalolo releases her debut single I Feel Like I’m in Love. Where: Hope Bros, Dixon Street

When: Doors at 8pm, show starts at 10pm, $10 cover charge The single will also be available for purchase on the night.

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