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A Soul and Blues Festival was what everyone watched this Saturday at Campo Pequeno, in Lisbon.
It was the turn of The Black Mamba, Tatanka and Miguel Casais, to take the stage at Campo Pequeno, accompanied by Chico Fernandes on Percussion, Rui Pity on Bass and Marco Pombinho on the keys for a show of soul and blues music, very James Brown or Aretha Franklin style.
This concert is part of the Santa Casa Portugal ao Vivo project and serves to help restart Culture, all its artists and technicians who were stopped, without working, due to the confinement to which Portugal was subjected.
Pedro Tatanka, tells us that Culture is Safe and that artists more than ever need the support of the public.
So over about an hour and a half, “Blood Diamond”, “Money Back”, “Rock me Baby”, “It ain’t You”, “Stronger”, “Believe”, “She”, “Sweet Lies/Soul”, “Soul People”, “Still I am Alive”, “Yester Lovers”, “Slow it Down”.
Closing the concert and how could not fail to be the themes “Love is on My Side” and “Wonder Why“.
The Black Mamba are a Portuguese band founded in 2010. They already have several albums and tours, both nationally and internationally. On March 6, 2021, the band won the Festival RTP da Canção 2021 with the theme “Love is on My Side“, for which he will represent Portugal at the Eurovision Song Contest 2021, to be held in Rotterdam, the Netherlands.