November 13, 2014 | no comments
A massive thank you to the Bank of Africa for their generous support as we travel to Morocco
So encouraging that such institutions are helping to represent the arts in East Africa. Tunashukuru! We are forever grateful!
We received a wonderful sendoff from Qatar Airways staff at Nairobi JKIA airport, our official airline sponsor on our tour of Morocco for the Visa for Music showcase.
Day 1 #MaiaInMorocco . Leaving Nairobi JKIA so excited to be traveling courtesy of Qatar Airways, our OFFICIAL AIRLINE SPONSOR. Thank you for supporting us to represent East Africa at the Visa For Music Showcase in Rabat, Morocco. Without you this wouldn’t have been possible!!! Here we are with Charles before our flight, thanks for the kind sendoff
A massive thank you for the support!
May 10, 2013 | no comments
After all the hard work, the album “Drift” has finally taken to the world. So wherever you may be in this little world of ours, I look forward to sharing all the hard work with your ears.
You can preview all tracks below.
June 20, 2012 | no comments
This Saturday come to Que Pasa Bar & Bistro to see Maia von Lekow and her band perform original music.
Danz Nirina – Bass
Moses Njoroge – Keys
Amani Baya – Drums
June 4, 2012 | no comments
Thankyou to all of you who came to the Tree House or Muthaiga event last weekend for the Sal Davis and Maia performances. Both shows were a great success, and a full turn out!
This weekend Saturday 9th June myself and the band will be performing at Tamambo Tapas Bar, Village Market from 8pm. Entry: 200ksh Hope to see you there!
May 10, 2012 | no comments
The King of East-African Funk is Back! After a 15 year hiatus from the Kenyan stage, the man who bought you the hits Makini, Ayaa Uhuru, and Unchain My Heart, is back FOR ONE NIGHT ONLY.
CIRCLE & SQUARE and ROOTS INTERNATIONAL present SAL DAVIS playing all the hits LIVE ON STAGE accompanied by his daughter Maia von Lekow.
For those who want a taste of the 1970′s Nairobi funk that had everyone hot on the boogie, this is your chance!
For more details and updates go to www.facebook.com/maiavonlekow
Event page is at: http://www.facebook.com/events/219147694863498/
December 3, 2011 | no comments
Maia, among others will be performing at Tandawazi on Saturday 3rd December, 2011. There will be dance performances, Music, Martial Arts and much more!
Time: 8pm till late
Tickets available at Java Sarit and Java Junction.
November 28, 2011 | no comments
Date: Saturday 10th December
Time 8.30 – 11pm
Maia – Vocals/Guitar
Danz – Bass
Nali – Drums
Rashid – Percussion
Nathan – Guitar
The last performance of the year 2011 in Kenya for Maia and her band.
Dont miss it!
November 16, 2011 | no comments
Roots International presents Thursday night Live with Maia von Lekow at Choices.
Directions: Check the poster. Baricho Road, Industrial Area Behind Nakunatt Mega.
For more info call 0710383022
November 12, 2011 | no comments
This was an exciting night of live music in Nairobi Kenya!
September 23, 2011 | no comments
September 12, 2011 | no comments
After a great performance at Blankets and wine last Sunday (dancing in the rain like a mad woman), and performing at The African leadership Network gathering last week Wednesday, Myself and the band will be playing another show at QUE PASA BAR, KAREN SHOPPING CENTRE this Wednesday 14th September. Time: 9-11pm Entry: Free Come on by for a mid week drink, or Dinner!
August 31, 2011 | no comments
Back in cold Nairobi from the warm sea breeze of Mombasa! Hitting the ground running with a number of performances, festivals and private functions this month.
Sat, 3rd Sept Nina & Maia Duo Performing “Afro Acoustic Jazz”
Venue: Daas Restaurant, Westlands
Time: 9-11pm Entry: 300ksh
I will be performing with Nina Ogot for our last performance together to close the chapter of our coastal experience which we shared this passed month.
Sun, 4th Sept Maia + Full band @ Blankets and Wine
Venue: Leisure Gardens, Mamba Village
Entry: 1300 at the gate 1000 advance tickets
Wed, 14th Sept Maia Von Lekow @ Que Pasa Bar & Bistro
Venue: Que Pasa, Karen shopping Centre
A Vocal and Piano Duo. Jazzy keys and a raspy voice
Sat, 24th Sept Maia + Full band @ Tamambo Tapas
Venue: Tamambo Tapas, Village Market
July 31, 2011 | no comments
Sorry for the delay….Power has been out all day!!
Just letting you know that I will be performing at Kinanda Festival this Sunday 31st July together with a huge array of musicians. A day not to miss:)
Time: 2 – 6pm
Venue: If you are coming down James Gichuru from Waiyaki way, heading towards Gitanga Road. Take the first road left just down the hill. You will then see a white gate with a rhino on it on the right.
Hope to see you there!
May 21, 2011 | no comments
Maia will be playing at Tamambo Tapas on Saturday 21st May @ 8.30pm
Maia’s amazing band members who will also be playing are:
Bass: Danz Nirina
Guitar: Nathan Okite
Drums: Andrew Ngatia
May 11, 2011 | no comments
For those of you who made it to K1 last week, thankyou! For those of you who missed will have the opportunity to come to Sawa Sawa Music Festival on the 29th May @ The Carnivore Gardens from 12 – 6pm.
There is a fantastic line up of Artists:
Sauti Sol and much more……..
Hope to see you there!
May 8, 2011 | no comments
Maia and her band will be performing this Sunday at 7.30pm. We then have an array of musicians who will then join us on stage for a musical jam.
April 16, 2011 | no comments
I will be performing with my full band at Tamambo Tapas, Village Market this Saturday 16th April at 8pm.
Entry is 200ksh
Hope to see you there!
December 30, 2010 | one comment
On stage together for the first time ever I was performing with my father Sal Davis.
Set on the water front at The Tamarind, Mombasa, my father and myself entertained fans on a balmy night with a scenic setting of Mombasa Old town infront of us. It was beautiful!
I had always heard about my father being a fantastic singer/entertainer but had never seen him performing until 3 years ago in Dar es salaam. He inspired me.. somehow, something that I had been looking for as a performer, something that I feared or something that I could not look passed was found that night watching him move around the stage, interact with his crowd and jiggle his feet in a salsa motion once in a while.
We have had our differences no doubt, he has let me down so many times as a father and I thought that this last show might be a reunion into my early past when he would agree to do something, or promise something and never turn up or follow it through, but to give him the benefit of the doubt he was there and eager to perform looking sleek in his red satin shirt, black suit and white hair. He had not performed in over 2 years and felt that people had forgotten about him. This show I think brought his spirits back.
sal-davis-poster_2For me, myself and I, it was a day in my history that I will never forget!