Thursday, 22 September 2016 23:32

CREAM is now tastier than ever!

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Swedish singer Daggi opens a new concept, new look and new sounds at CREAM.

The relaunched event aims to show a wide range of live music from soulful pop and indie R&B singers to tight 60’s soul and jazz funk bands.

Opening a new double bill format is 25 year old, Daggi Zegreat, who recently released her stunning debut single Sommar i december (Summer in December). The Swedish singers sound is modern and experimental, blending neo-soul with jazz and we believe a real star of the future!

Also performing live is the Award Winning band Soweco. The bands sound is a mix of soul/west coast and smooth jazz. Their latest album 'Only You' was extremely well received internationally and established them as one of Stockholms finest soul/jazz bands! With Fredric ‘Froche’ Renmark’s smooth and soulful vocals SOWECO always deliver the perfect vibes for a gem of a night.

Providing a soulful mix of good vibes are two of Stockholms coolest DJ cats - Freddzor & Mossbol.

CREAM is on WED Oct 5. 19:30 Daggi. 20:00 Soweco

CREAM is a FREE event, organised by, and takes place at Tap Room, Kungsholmen Stockholm.

Listen to DAGGI:
Listen to SOWECO:


Poster design by: Garry Cook
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