Tuesday, 15 February 2011


UK-based artiste and music producer, Bunny Mack was scheduled to visit Kenya next week. While in the country he was supposed to stage a grand comeback to the spotlight at the Carnivore Simba Saloon on Sunday February 13, in what has been aptly themed “The Lovers Soul Night”. However, the concert has been "deferred to a later date, due to unavoidable circumstances."
Promoters of the Bunny Mack Kenya Tour, Kaibara City Entertainment, would like to assure all fans of this legendary African musician that synergies are in high gear to ensure that the eagerly anticipated visit takes place in April 2011.
Bunny’s return to the stage is being heralded as the celebration of a strong legacy spanning close to five decades. Apart from staging two shows in Kenya , he will also work in collaboration with the tour promoter, Kaibara City Entertainment in unveiling an initiative that supports local music producers and musicians in marketing their talents to a global audience.
The Kenyan Tour in April will be followed closely by a West African Tour that will see Bunny Mack join in the celebrations marking fifty years of independence in Sierra Leone , his country of birth.
Bunny - real name Cecil Bunting McComack - started his musical sojourn at the tender age of six when he began playing the harmonica and penny-whistle. He made his first public appearance at the age of eight, and progressively grew to star status when he relocated from Freetown Sierra Leone to the UK.
Best known for his 1980’s hit Let Me Love You, the Sierra Leonean born artiste has channeled his energies to full-time music production in the UK.