INTERNATIONALLY-RENOWNED Jamaican reggae artist, Orville Thomas, who is better known by his stage name ‘Da’ Ville’ will be touring Solomon Islands again this December for two live concerts.
Da’ Ville, who first visited Solomon Islands in December 2019, confirmed his second tour to Solomon Islands for the Door Man’s Project (DMP) early last week.
He will be performing with a live band for the two exclusive concerts that have already been confirmed to be staged in Noro, Western Province and Honiara.
DMP confirmed that Da’Ville will be in the country in the beginning of December as his first live performance will on 9 December in Noro and his second performance on 16th of December in Honiara.
Da’Ville is not new to Solomon Islands musicians as he was previously featured with DMP in one of its single titled ‘I’m still falling.’ The single was included in the local band’s recently released ‘long way home’ album.
Meanwhile, advanced tickets for the second Da’Ville tour are now on sale.
As a songwriter, composer and producer, Da’Villes’ music has topped charts internationally, allowing him the opportunity to work with recording companies such as Avex Japan, Ki/oon, Sony Music Japan, VP Records (Indie) and Fashozy Records (Indie).
By FLOYD TERRY
Solomon Star, Honiara