The Hangout Spot with Gally Ngoveni

JAZZUARY FM  |  Podcast , ±37 min episodes every 4 days  | 
Gally Ngoveni is a talent jazz bassist and vocalist that hails from Giyani, Limpopo. Gally has played backing bass for some of the most celebrated artists like Jeff Maluleke, Bholoja, Waje, Femi Koya, Pops Mohamed, Velemsen, Mbuso Khoza, Selaelo Selota and many more. He has also shared the stage with some of the greats internationally such as, Salif Keita,Ray Lema, ettienne Mbappè, Kenny G, Joe Thomas and many other greats. In 2018, he was a co-winner of the Emirates Pursuit of Jazz competition on Kaya FM, which saw him perform at the legendary Blue Note Jazz Club in New York City.

The Hangout Spot with Gally Ngoveni, is a show dedicated to the upcoming jazz artists. Gally shares his journey of becoming a successful jazz musician, by exploring the the path ahead with other jazz artists. On The Hangout Spot with Gally Ngoveni, a weekly live and stripped down performance is dedicated to bridging the divide between the new and the established.

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27
JUN

Azah hang out with Gally Ngoveni

Azah's latest album is dedicated to women of all races and walks of life.
The album is dedicated to our mothers. It is just to say to the women who raised us that we love you and we appreciate you. he hopes to infiltrate the African music scene with his sounds and has started to do so by working with other African artists on his next album, which is a collaboration
19
JUN

Morayks performs live on the Hang out with Gally Ngoveni

Morayks’ music tells of the indigenous kind, praising kings and queens of Limpopo. His music is inspired by the journey that he had from the day he started doing music professionally, including everything around him as well as the places and the people he worked with.
19
JUN

Morayks Hangs Out with Gally Ngoveni

Morayks When I was younger, singing in the church choir was the only chance for me to sing, I was moved from the junior to the senior choir that gave me an idea that hey, singing and composing songs. That gave me a wake up call, that I wanted to be a musician.
12
JUN

Thuto Motsemme Hang out with Gally Ngoveni

Thuto Motsemme is a flexible and versatile bass player who hails from Kwa-Mashu, KZN. He was introduced to music when he was 13 and participated in local choirs as a baritone singer which led him to study music at a later stage.
12
JUN

Thuto Motsemme performs live on the Hang out with Gally Ngoveni

Thuto Motsemme For all these years of working with different musicians he has developed his own unique and distinctive sound which draws its influence from all sorts of variety of music including church hymn, African folk music, avant-garde, and hip-hop, jazz. His compositions are fresh, bubbly and full of energy; anyone who encountered with his music gets transformed because of intensity and his commitment to this art form called music.
05
JUN

Pascaline Modiba Hangs Out with Gally Ngoveni

Pascaline Modiba is a South African Urban Gospel and Jazz Artist. She is married. She grew up in Phalaborwa and moved to Pretoria to embark on her journey as a musician. She studied at Ochrim School of Music, Vusi Mahlasela Music School and UNISA.
She was also privileged to share the stage with the likes of Magaret Motsagi, Kekeletso Phoofolo, Rebecca Malope, Swazi Dlamini, Kholeka, Louis Britz, Don Laka, Selaelo Selota, Lebo Mashile the poet and the legend Hugh Masekela. Had an opportunity to do theatre music at the South African State Theatre
22
MAY

Nhlanhla Daniel Mahlangu hang out with Gally Ngoveni

Nhlanhla Daniel Mahlangu was born May 12, 1989, in Mamelodi East of Pretoria.
His first encounter with music was in 2003 at an orphanage (SOS), where an art project was run on weekends in correspondence with the UNISA community engagement and outreach programDaniMali is a body of multi-discipline art work (with music as the primary art form) that narrates the complexities of what it means to be a young black South African in “the new South Africa”. Its creative philosophy connects some of the world’s most vibrant art forms to the long-term continuum of jazz in South Africa’s own community. The project combines rhythmic and harmonic devices from a whole array or genres with serious roots in jazz and indigenous music.
22
MAY

Nhlanhla Daniel Mahlangu performing live on the Hang out with Gally Ngoveni

DaniMali is a body of multi-discipline art work (with music as the primary art form) that narrates the complexities of what it means to be a young black South African in “the new South Africa”. Its creative philosophy connects some of the world’s most vibrant art forms to the long-term continuum of jazz in South Africa’s own community.One of the earliest ensembles Mahlangu played in was a group led by Yonela Mnana, with whom he played tenor sax. Later he met and started working with Nduduzo Makhathini’s band, where the young musician began to fully explore his experimental side of modal music and recorded as a sideman.
15
MAY

Nkamogeleng Lebeloane performs live on the Hang out with Gally Ngoveni

Nkamogeleng Lebeloane Music has always been as much a part of me as journalism has, but I had to choose between what I was most passionate about, which was jazz,” The band prides itself in its African indigenous meets neo-jazz sound, resulting in a genre called Root Soul.Our music is inspired by the African child, equal rights and justice. We promote and stand for innocence. We sing in African languages
15
MAY

Nkamogeleng Lebeloane hang out with Gally Ngoveni

Nkamogeleng Lebeloane, journalist who found her voice in singing. She turned to singing because she felt the truth wasn't always told in journalism , Nkamogeleng therefore turned to singing in order to tell people's stories in an honest way. She formed the neo-jazz group FingerPrint5 in 2012 along with four other musicians and The group's aim is to share and preserve indigenous sounds and stories
08
MAY

Lindi Ngonelo performs live on the Hang out with Gally Ngoveni

Lindelwe was part of the all-female jazz band Heels Over Head from 2009 to 2013 which won a Yamaha competition in 2010, and was nominated for a SAMA (South African Music Award) in 2011 in the category Best Contemporary Jazz, alongside the likes of Jonathan Butler and Carlo Mombelli for its debut album, Could It Be. In 2011 and 2012 Heels Over Head made a TV appearance on Morning Live, SABC 2’s popular daily breakfast show. Lindz, as she is popularly known, has performed with Heels Over Head as well as other artists at many different venues, events and corporate functions. Heels Over Head’s music is also play listed on several radio stations.

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