Neo-Soul singer Omar + Mark de Clive Lowe this week!



Omar, a major Soul and R&B singer from England will be performing at Kee Club on Wednesday. His fans include music heavy weights such as Erykah Badu, Gilles Peterson, and Stevie Wonder! Appearing on Saturday is the improvisational keyboardist extraordinaire, Mark de Clive Lowe, who has collaborated with artists such as Lauryn Hill, Jill Scott and Shirley Bassey.

Music promoters F.O.B. have not one, but two major music nights this week. Omar’s live performance will take place at Kee Club on Wednesday, February 26th, and will include support by London-based DJ and recording artist Eric Lau. Omar is well known in England and had a hit in the U.S. in the 90’s with the single “Saturday”. Omar has cemented his reputation among the industry’s finest by consistently making great music. Have a listen to his latest single! Very catchy!

Mark de Clive Lowe is a talented keyboardist and electronic musician who creates complex, live interpretations of songs on the go! He will be playing at the new music club O.M.A., which has taken over the former Midnight & Co. (Yumla) space just off Pottinger Street.

Both of these musicians feature jazzy, soulful sounds that span multiple genres of music.

Here’s a quick video of Mark de Clive Lowe re-creating the club classic “Hot Music” during a live set. Impressive! His typical sets go much, much deeper.

Both are highly recommended!

Click these links for advance ticketing, OMAR – live at Kee Club, and Mark de Clive Lowe live at O.M.A.

Omar live! with support by DJs Eric Lau and K-Melo

Wednesday, February 26th, 2014
Kee Club
6th Floor, 32 Wellington Street
Central, Hong Kong
9:30 til late

$200 HKD advance, $250 HKD door

Mark de Clive Lowe

Supported by Djs Taku and K-Melo
Saturday, March 1, 2014
79 Wyndham Street, Lower Basement, Harilela House (enter on small alley in back of building, just off Pottinger Street)
10pm til 4am

$150 HKD advance, $200 HKD door

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