Skip to main content

We’re happy to announce Newswire has acquired HeadTalker!

From the beginning of HeadTalker, we have always placed the comments and happiness of our community first and we believe with this acquisition, we’ll continue to build out our vision for social media virality for brand campaigns as well as improving the opportunities to our user base.

Newswire and HeadTalker are committed to create new and better ways to take a social media message viral.

For now, HeadTalker with continue to function as it does today. Your Headtalker account and campaigns will continue as normal and we’ll be providing more details on upcoming plans for Headtalker in the coming weeks.

If you have any questions, please contact us.

Team HeadTalker and Newswire

Responsive image
BITONE FOLKS UGANDA

By PRINCE KAYEMBA

Created 1 | Supported 2

15 of 100

Supporters

612506

Social Reach

Completed

Ended 03/07/2016

"Giving any kind of support to our Bitone Folks Uganda project. [www.princekayemba-music.com] http://hdtk.co/4DgQS"

— PRINCE KAYEMBA and
15
other supporters

Share | How It Works | Embed

BITONE FOLKS UGANDA Bitone means “talents.”  Bitone folks Repertoire and performance Profile Since its inception, Bitone Folks Band has acquired and exhibited incredible performance skills in African music, dance, and folklore.  Our well-interwoven artistic presentations have not only thrilled the East African and United Kingdom audiences, but have been recognized internationally. Bitone Folks Band performs on social occasions like weddings, introductions, parties, corporate functions and stages concerts/festivals both in open spaces and theatres

We perform a variety of African folk songs, Original compositions and dances from various parts of African, through using string instruments, membranes, percussion and wind instruments. We fuse musical instruments such as ;Kora, Adungu (bow harps), Bass Guitar, Endingidi (tube fiddle), Engoma (Drums), Dried Calabash, Marimba (xylophones), Endere (African flute), Akogo/Kalimba (thumb piano), Djembe and Konga drums and Rattles.  We dress in costumes that illustrate each tradition that we present. The Band also engages the audience in simple singing and dance movements accompanied by popular folk tunes, which both young and old enjoy most. In every performance, we make sure we provide brief explanations about the items we perform for our lovely audiences.

No Campaign Updates. Check Back Sometime Soon.

Created on 2016-01-08 16:44:15