Neo-Soul Queen, Lindsey Abudei will be live at Omenka Gallery this weekend to give an intimate live session featuring an ensemble of modified pieces from her “And The Bass is Queen” album accompanied by The Perfect 4th String Quartet, a home-grown Quartet which will also be performing some pieces off their repertoire. The event which holds at 5:00pm this Saturday, June 10, 2017 at Omenka Gallery, in Ikoyi, Lagos is a follow up to the last appearance for Lindsey’s tour and we honestly can’t think of a better way to spend your weekend than with some classy live music and art [seeing as Omenka is a Gallery and you’ll be surrounded by beautiful art pieces. We’re excited about this one and you should too!
DATE: Saturday, June 10, 2017
VENUE: Omenka Gallery, 24 Modupe Alakija Crescent, Ikoyi, Lagos
TICKETS: N5,000 (Tickets are available at @cafeneo, V.I & Lekki, as well as on Nairabox)
For more information/inquiries:
+234 703 849 5095
Since Lindsey’s appearance on the third season of Project Fame West Africa, Lindsey has released an EP Brown and last year, her debut album And the Bass Is Queen dropped to the delight of music lovers. You can cop a listen here.
About The Lindsey Abudei
Lindsey Abudei (born February 6, 1987) is a Nigerian neo-soul singer and songwriter. She started recording and having jam sessions with M.I and Jesse Jagz in 2004 while she was still an undergraduate in Jos, Plateau State, Nigeria. In 2010, she auditioned for the third season of Project Fame West Africa, getting in as a contestant but leaving as an early evictee. Since then, she has released two solo projects; Brown: The EP and …And the Bass Is Queen.
Abudei was born to parents who were involved in music during their early years. She grew up listening to the likes of Stevie Wonder, Roberta Flack, Sade, Prince, Nat King Cole, R.E.M. Skeeter Davis, Andy Williams, The Beach Boys and Omar Lye-Fook which further inspired her to choose the neo-soul and R&B genre of music.
During her undergraduate years in 2004, she began recording with M.I, Jesse Jagz and Ruby Gyang who were at the time under Loopy Records. In 2010, she auditioned for the Season 3 edition of Project Fame West Africa. In spite of leaving as an early evictee,her performances helped in increasing her fanbase. On her return, she continued performing and had a short stint with a jazz band, The Jazzcats. She featured vocals in M.I’s “Jehovah”, off his Talk About It album, “Thank You” with DJinee off the album Greatest and Jesse Jagz’s “This Jagged Life” off his Jags of all Trades album.