Key Ingredients of African Soul play Black History Month show on Saturday

Key Ingredients of African Soul play Black History Month show on Saturday

The Key Ingredients of African Soul - with members from Ivory Coast, Zimbabwe, Haiti, Mexico and the United States - have been playing locally together since 2008.

The Key Ingredients of African Soul - a 13-piece band: horn section, percussion, singers and dancers playing traditional and contemporary Pan-African music - headlines the Black History Month Family Show at Dunbar Culture Center Saturday night.

The Key Ingredients - with members from Ivory Coast, Zimbabwe, Haiti, Mexico and the U.S. - have been together since 2008 playing local shows. Their repertoire includes several styles of African-derived music - Afro-pop, African folk, reggae and Caribbean soca - as well as contemporary originals written by band members, including a guest poet and rapper from Zimbabwe, Fafi.

If you go

• What: Black History Month Family Show with the Key Ingredients of African Soul.

• When: 7:30-11:30 p.m. Saturday.

• Where: Dunbar Cultural Center, 325 W. Second St.

• Cost: $10; $5 with student ID.

Dan Sorenson

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