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Qbanaa headline show - 28th April The Sound House, Venue Dublin.

28AprFri19:00

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Qbanaa, frequently described as a jazzy neo-soul artist, mixes her inspirations from Erykah Badu, Hiatus Kaiyote, Kali Uchis, Khruangbin, Amy Winehouse and Greentea Peng. Based in Dublin, Qbanaa grew up travelling back and forth from Cuba where music and salsa dancing were integral parts of her childhood. A dancer for 10 years, she grew up in North Frederick Street Flats, D1 where she sang in school choirs and with her grandmother in Spanish Mass. Q has founded the Soul Juice Jazz/Soul open mic in Dashi, and has an upcoming Dublin Headline show on the 28th of April in the SoundHouse.

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No Refunds | Strictly Over 18s | ID REQUIRED

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