Snap & Rozalla
10 February 2018
Start times: 21:00
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Renowned for their work with Snap, producers Luca Anzilotti and Michael Münzing have written more than one chapter in the history of dance music. Their international megahit ‘The Power’ is not only one of the world’s most played dance-tracks, but also the one that launched the Snap! attack fifteen years ago, taking the world by storm and turning Anzilotti and Münzing into one of Europe´s most successful producer teams.
Snap’s 1990 debut album World Power has sold more than seven million copies and is one of the most successful dance albums ever. It showcases not only ‘The Power’ but other world hits like ‘Ooops Up’, ‘Cult Of Snap’ and ‘Mary Had A Little Boy’, all sung and co-written by Penny Ford. Another of their hits, ‘Rhythm Is A Dancer’ was the best selling single of 1992 in both Germany and the UK, occupying the #1 slot in Germany for over ten weeks and listing in the US Billboard Charts for consecutive 39 weeks. Snap is officially represented on stage by Penny Ford and the new rap artist Jesse Kolb and they perform all the biggest Snap hits live including ‘Rhythm Is A Dancer’ which re-entered the UK charts and peaked at #23 years after first release. Since World Power, the group has produced another three albums titled The Madman’s Return (1st Edition), Welcome To Tomorrow and the latest The Cult of Snap. They may be snoozing at the minute, but with their irresistible performances and unflinching talent, you can bet that Snap’s next project will take hold of you inside out
Rozalla is a dance music performer / artiste. Her worldwide hit Everybody's Free in 1993 lead her nickname “Queen of Rave”.Which went top 10 in over 30 countries. Rozalla has always been performing and now she is back recording new material, which will be released is 2018.
Rozalla began performing at a young age in her native Zambia singing in clubs and at events and, at age 13, singing on a children’s TV show. In her teens she relocated to Zimbabwe where she fronted various R&B cover bands before beginning her own recording career with a resultant five number-one hits on that nation’s chart.
Her first UK single Born To Luv Ya became a club hit in 1990, but Rozalla’s career took off when the dance anthem Everybody’s Free (To Feel Good), reached number 6 in the UK Singles Chart in 1991. Also a top 10 hit in many European countries soon afterwards and reached the Billboard Top 40 the following year.
It was later included on her dance-heavy debut album Everybody’s Free, which peaked at number 20 in the UK Albums Chart and went silver. The album spawned two more sizeable hits in Faith (In The Power Of Love) and Are You Ready To Fly, reaching number 11 and 14 respectively in the UK Singles Chart.
After touring with Michael Jackson, opening all of his performances on the European leg of his Dangerous tour, and several other charting singles Rozalla enjoyed UK Top 20/US Top 100 success in 1994 with her cover of I Love Music, the theme song to the film Carlito’s Way. Three more dance singles, including a cover of Soul Family Sensation’s underground hit I Don’t Even Know If I Should Call You Baby, also reached the upper regions of the UK Singles Chart.
Rozalla showed a different side of herself in 1994 on the critically acclaimed Sony album Look No Further, on which she worked with music legends Diane Warren, Frankie Knuckles and Jellybean Benitez amongst others. In 1996 a remix of Everybody’s Free (To Feel Good) reached the UK Top 40.
Her 1998 album Coming Home saw her reunite with the Band of Gypsies and spawned a stateside club hit with its lead single Don’t Go Lose It Baby and was well received by her dance following. Rozalla enjoyed a hit single in Germany in 2002 with the Aquagen remix of Everybody’s Free and in 2003 she entered the UK Singles Chart alongside Plastic Boy on the vocal trance single Live Another Life. This track was included on her first, and only, official compilation The Best Of Rozalla which was issued soon afterwards.
A Global Deejays remix of Everybody’s Free (To Feel Good) reached number 7 in Australia in 2009 after it had been used as the theme song to So You Think You Can Dance. The remix became a hit in some European countries later that year, but by this time Rozalla was once again experimenting with other styles of music.
In 2013 Rozalla re-released Everybody’s Free with a more fresh and cutting edge up to date version the single. It was re produced by chart producer David Anthony and Everybody’s Free 2013 was re-born and was supported world wide by djs and her fans.