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Thousands Roar With Laughter
For those who were at the National Theatre on December 22 the Night of 1005 Laughs and Music will remain one of the best stress-relieving shows ever organized.
Ebo Taylor, Ambolley, Jewel Ackah, C.K. Maan to thrill highlife @ legon
As part of Ghana's Golden Jubilee celebrations, the University of Ghana, in collaboration with the World Bank and other partners, have the pleasure of inviting you to our maiden Highlife Fiesta, dubbed "Time for Highlife".
Highlife shakedown at Legon
The celebration of fifty years of Ghana’s independence is not over yet. Every programme on the street lately has some attachment to the commemorations.
Flying High With Another Zantoda
He has been known as a crowd-pleaser for years but Gyedu Blay-Ambolley turned on extra charm at the Accra Polo Club last Friday as part of the opening act for the Independence Jazzfest 2008 concert.
Ghana Music: Ambolley Thrills Coca Cola Fans
IF GETTING audiences to cheer artistes in their performances is the only way of knowing an artiste rocked his or her fans, then Beatwaves can authoritatively say the ‘Abodam’ chanter, Kwaw Kese and headliner Gyedu Blay Ambolley are the current forces to reckon with.
Police invites Mac Tontoh and Gyedu Blay Ambolley
Information gleaned by say police invited debarred presidential aspirant of the musicians union of Ghana (MUSIGA) and popular musician, Gyedu Blay Ambulley along with ex-Osibisa member, Mctonto on Monday evening for questioning.
Court dismisses motion against MUSIGA
An Accra Fast Track High Court on Tuesday dismissed an ex-parte motion filed by Gyedu Blay Ambuley, a renowned musician against Musicians Union of Ghana (MUSIGA).
Ambolley disqualified from race
A member of the Musicians Union of Ghana, MUSIGA Chizzy Nii Lomokko has filed a writ at a High Court in Accra, seeking to restrain the Union from accepting Gyadu Blay Ambolley to contest the presidency of the Union at its impending congress.
MUSIGA's Unfair Treatment To Ambolley II
A CRITICAL ANALYSIS of the Musicians Union of Ghana (MUSIGA) vetting indicates that certain demands by the committee were unlawful.
MUSIGA's Unfair Treatment To Ambolley (I)
LAST MONDAY the Musicians Union of Ghana (MUSIGA) vetted all those contesting the various positions in the union’s forthcoming elections slated for November 14 at Sunyani.
Musiga vets Ambolley
Musicians Union of Ghana (MUSIGA) presidential hopeful, Nana Gyedu Blay Ambolley was nearly disqualified from contesting when he went through an over one hour vetting at the MUSIGA offices in Accra yesterday.
Ambolley Jazzes Up this Weekend
There's been jazz fusion when the likes of Grover Washington Jr., Modern Jazz Quartet, Hank Crawford, Johnny Hammond, Ornette Coleman and the rest crossed over from the 60s be-bop and big bands to what became known in the 70s as jazz-fusion with the kind of beat that would change jazz tunes forever.
Ambolley Fights Back
NANA GYEDU Blay Ambolley, whose call for probe of certain key members in the Musicians’ Union of Ghana (MUSIGA) was described as a “fruitless call” by the union’s executive arm, has hit back, accusing the MUSIGA of double standards and even labeling him a “liar”.
Ambolley Supports Liberian Artistes
THE SIMIGWA-DO singer is back in the news. This time, not about his MUSIGA presidential ambitions or his call for probe of certain key members in the music industry, but in a quest to promote African Music.
Ambolley leaves for Liberia
Owing to his success in the Ghana music industry, Nana Gyedu Blay Ambolley has been invited by the Digital Media Liberia Enterprise as a special guest to a two-day inauguration ceremony to open a new recording studio for musicians in Liberia.
MUSIGA presidency:Confusion over Ambulley's eligibility
Our sources at the national headquarters of the musicians union of Ghana (MUSIGA) indicate that some of the names put about as aspirants to the MUSIGA presidency do not qualify to stand in accordance with the union’s constitution.
Ghana Music: Gyedu drops Next Generation
AFTER BEING missing on the local music scene for nearly a decade, Nana Gyedu Blay Ambolley has resurfaced with another captivating tune of African origin, titled “Next Generation”.
Ghana Music: Tension In Industry
ONE OF the country’s leading musicians, Nana Gyedu Blay Ambolley, whose music is recognized internationally has called for a probe into the activities of certain key players who he alleged are killing the music industry in Ghana.
Ambolley unveils ‘Next Generation’
Whoever knew Gyedu-Blay-Ambolley was nominated ‘Best World Beat Recombinant Artist’ for 2003 in California by ‘LA Weekly’? Yup, the man has been cooking up numbers all over for quite a while.
Ghana Music: Gyedu Blay Ambolley To Be Crowned Today
GYEDU Blay Ambolley, the King of Simingwa, will today be honoured at a ceremony at the residence of Mr Mats Karlsson, the Resident Representative of the World Bank.
Gyedu Blay Ambolley drops another hit!
Back with a spanking new 14-track album, after a seven-year absence from the local music scene, is the man with the ‘Simigwa’ formula, the inimitable Gyedu Blay Ambolley!
Musical Exploits Of Gyedu Blay Ambolley
Our music industry has passed through a transitional period of stages under critical comparative observation. Between the 1960 and 1970s commonly referred to as the golden years of our modern formative years of our industry, some musicians hitherto not being heard in big time show biz have managed through the mill to hit the road to stardom with glittering achievement.
Ambolley speaks on Ghanaian Music and Foreign Exchange
Ghanaian Music Star Gyedu Blay Ambolley has urged the Ghanaian Government to setup a new body to oversee the activities of the Ghanaian Music Industry.
Ghana Music: Seminar For Musicians
KAFINA EVENTS, management of hiplife genius Tic Tac, supported by the Ministry of Tourism and Diasporan Relations and the Musicians Union Of Ghana (MUSIGA) is organizing a one day music seminar for musicians at the British Council in Accra today December 20, at 11:00am.
MUSIGA congress in November - Sidiku Buari
The national congress of the Musicians Union of Ghana (MUSIGA) will be held at Sunyani, the Brong Ahafo Regional capital on the 14th of November this year.
Frimprince to Reward Musicians
Frimprince Music Productions, a Ghanaian/Italian private music production house which is into entertainment and events organization and promotion is planning a big awards night dubbed “Frimprince Music/Actors Awards-Italy” for hardworking artistes in the industry.
Police swoop on copyright pirates
The Copyright Office and the Nima Divisional Police Command have arrested two dealers in pirated copyright works and seized items valued at over two billion cedis.
MUSIGA initiates moves to form own Copyright Society
Members of the Musicians Union of Ghana (MUSIGA) have initiated moves to form their own copyright society to be known as Music Copyright Society of Ghana (MCOSGA) following the proposed abolition of the Copyright Society of Ghana (COSGA).
Metro TV Unfolds Package For Musicians
Works of musicians which feature in Metro TV’s Ad cycle will now attract an amount of GH¢30 (¢300,000) per music video. This, the station stated, was part of a new policy to pay for works of both musicians and songwriters.
Metro TV pays musicians
METRO TV the station with the heart, has given credence to its slogan, by initiating a policy to pay musicians who are featured on their programs for the use of their musical works, starting this August, 2007.
50 Arrested For Piracy
A combined team of Police personnel and members of the anti-piracy task force of the Ghana Association of Phonographic Industries (GAPI) and Musicians Association of Ghana (MUSIGA) has arrested 50 people suspected to be behind pirated musical works in the country.
Ghana Music Video Awards 2007 coming soon!
For the first time in the history of showbiz in Ghana, an award scheme aimed at rewarding music videos has been introduced to acknowledge the efforts of those excelling in the audio visual section of the industry.
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