A SOUTH African male choir which shot to fame after appearing on Paul Simon’s album Graceland will take to the stage at Warwick Arts Centre.
Ladysmith Black Mambazo will perform some of their most popular work at the Coventry venue on Friday May 11.
The a capella group formed more than 50 years ago and are most well-known for featuring on the Graceland album which was release in 1986.
A year later Paul Simon produced Ladysmith Black Mambazo’s first worldwide release, Shaka Zulu. The group re-recorded the album last year along with ‘Songs of Peace and Love for Kids and Parents Around the World’ – both scooped them Grammy nominations.
The show at Warwick Arts Centre starts at 7.30pm.
Tickets cost from £27.