Critically-acclaimed Guyanese-born singer-songwriter and flautist Ruth Osman might be the following featured guest on the Songshine series.
Osman isn’t any stranger to the Songshine stage, having been previously featured several times for the reason that series began in 2005. Songshine provides a stage for emerging artists of every kind to perform alongside seasoned performers, a media release from Songshine said.
She’s going to perform on Novermber 3 at Kafe Blue, Wrightson Road, Port of Spain.
Caribbean Beat Magazine described Ruth as “a poet disguised as a songbird,” and her music has been described as “profound,” “entrancing” and “authentic,” the discharge from Songshine said
Osman, who can be a author, was shortlisted for the Bocas Lit Fest Emerging Writers Fellowship 2022. Her poem Lost and Found received an Honourable Mention within the 52nd New Millennium Writing Awards.
She’s going to share an intimate set at Kafew Blue.
Also featured at the following edition of the show might be award-winning theatre veteran Mervyn de Goeas, who read to a rapt audience from his new, serialised novel The Faraway Tree – a Fairy Tale for Grown-Ups on the last show. The novel recently ranked #323 out of 10.7K listed on the Wattpad app, the world’s most-popular social storytelling platform. De Goeas will return to deliver the following instalment.
As all the time, Songshine will feature an open-mic segment, where singers, poets, musicians and comedians are welcome to perform.
Doors open at 6pm, when open-mic registration begins.