Can You Handle This? A Tribute To Destiny's Child
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About the Event
Comprised of Beyoncé, Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams, RnB girl group Destiny’s child have sold more than 60 million records worldwide and have become one of the greatest musical trios of all time, with multiple Grammys and hit songs to their name. From “Survivor” to “Say My Name, we’ll be giving you all the greatest classics, as well as some hidden gems that are sure to make you fall Dangerously In Love. Expect the night to be filled with lush harmonies, powerhouse vocals and all your favorites that will be sure to get you Jumpin’ Jumpin’ on the dance floor.
So without further ado, let us Cater 2 U.
Can You Handle This?
LINE UP LEAD VOCALS – Persia Najafzadeh, Shannon White, Amy Pania BACKING VOCALS – Shanae Campbell KEYS – Trever Stockton BASS - Tommi Flamenco GUITAR – Kain Kardell DRUMS – Zac Wise
3 power house vocalists; Shannon White, Persia Najafzadeh, and Amy Pania all share a love for soul and RnB music. They are currently studying and honing their craft at WAAPA, and each have an impressive array of experience under their belt; performing at Optus Stadium, HBF stadium and RAC arena between them. This dynamic trio is set to deliver an unforgettable night of live music. Persia Najafzadeh is known for her impressive vocal range and fluid flexibility. Coupled with her soulful tone and captivating stage presence, she is a performer you don’t want to miss! Shannon White is a singer/songwriter who is heavily influenced by the RnB style, her electric presence on the stage paired with her undeniable talent is one you’ll have to see for yourself. Amy Pania is known for her rich and unforgettable tone, along with the ability to convey the emotion of someone beyond her years. This is a show you will definitely not want to miss. Together this trio of incredible vocalists and passionate performers, backed by a banging band, will have you wanting more!
We wish to acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land on which we are performing on, the Whadjuk Nyoongar people. We wish to acknowledge and respect their continuing culture and the contribution they make to the life of this city and this region.
Always was, Always will be Aboriginal Land.