Momo to headline Song Night

The last live RMB Song Night takes place on 27 October.

21 October 2021 | Art and Entertainment

Momo; Artist; “It is the name of my favourite book.”

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Swakopmund-based artist Monique “Momo” Maritz (23), headlines the last live RMB Song Night taking place on 27 October at the HEC studios in the capital.

The show will be broadcast live on Facebook on the RMB Song Night page. After a decade of nurturing Namibian talent, the founder and organizer of RMB Song Night, Lize Ehlers, said that this will be last live show, and is themed “A decade of nurturing the Namibian sound” as theme. “In future we will do workshops instead of live performances, but we will still keep the name Song Night.”

Momo expressed her excitement at headlining the last Song Night live performance. “I feel honoured and proud of myself for reaching this point, and not giving up on my passion.”
The “Wonderful life” and “Stand strong” hitmaker is an enigmatic performer who plays the ukulele. Why Momo? “It is the name of my favourite book, Adventures of Momo.”
The captivating artist has been seen on several occasions performing at beer gardens like Fachwerk and Sound Garden, amongst others.

Song Night was founded in 2011 by Lize Ehlers. It has catapulted the careers of award-winning musicians like Michael Pulse, Bradley Anthony, Ann Singer and others.
HEC Studios is located at 131 Dr Kenneth David Kaunda Street in Eros, Windhoek. For more info, contact [email protected]