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PNG musician says more artists releasing singles
PNG musician says more artists releasing singles

More artists are now opting to releasing singles instead of albums, local PNG artist Sam Oeka has observed. From his personal observations, Sam believes this is because of piracy, an issue that continues to affect artists across the Pacific....

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Max-A-Million to rock Lamana Gold Club
Max-A-Million to rock Lamana Gold Club

Only a week to go until Max-A-Million’s Sexual Healing Tour concert rocks the Lamana Gold Club in Port Moresby. And Lamana Hotel Assistant Manager Jacquie Simons has already confirmed that early bird tickets are selling fast. “We’re currently selling...

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Local musicians encouraged to stay committed
Local musicians encouraged to stay committed

Local musicians in Papua New Guinea are encouraged to stay committed to what they do in order to succeed in their music careers. Band manager and founder of West Papua group Black Brothers Band, Andy Ayamiseba urges PNG musicians...

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Gospel group Christafari to run sound engineering seminar
Gospel group Christafari to run sound engineering seminar

International reggae gospel band Christafari will run a praise and worship and sound engineering seminar in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea, on Thursday, September 29. The seminar is part of Christafari’s return visit to PNG in the coming weeks....

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PNG artist to advocate for West Papua at Vanuatu music festival
PNG artist to advocate for West Papua at Vanuatu music festival

PNG Rapper/ Musician Sprigga Mek’s participation in Fest’Napuan 2016 is dedicated to advocating for “Free West Papua”. With over 10 years of performance, this will be his first act in the Vanuatu’s annual cultural event which features local and...

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Parkop: Support local artists by stopping piracy
Parkop: Support local artists by stopping piracy

The public is urged to support local artists by putting an end to piracy in Papua New Guinea. National Capital District Governor Powes Parkop said PNG local artists are losing a lot of money simply because of piracy that...

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Black brothers add flavour to Independence celebrations
Black brothers add flavour to Independence celebrations

Black Brothers was a popular band only in the 90’s, but this posed no difference as people of all ages poured into the Sir John Guise stadium last night, for its concert. And it was in fact a very...

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Over 30 singsing groups expected for Sepik festival
Over 30 singsing groups expected for Sepik festival

The biannual Middle River Cultural Festival is scheduled from Oct 28-30 with over 30 singsing groups anticipated to participate. The festival will be staged at Indingai village in Chambri Lakes located in the Wosera/Gawi District of East Sepik Province....

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