’Twenty Years’ Album Launch

June Gachui shares her journey in her debut music album ’Twenty Years’ set to launch this month!June-Gachui-05

The mere mention of the name June Gachui, commands respect, curves a smile across your face and rouses elegant and graceful thoughts. This seasoned singer and songwriter, announces the release of her debut album set for the end of August. “It has taken 20 years to find this version of me and this feels like just the
right time. It is time,” she says.

Dubbed ‘Twenty Years’, the album is a testament of her 20-year musical journey and life experiences, as well as an expression of her contagious persona. A lifetime of performances has seen June flex her cords to sing tunes of every genre but her own style is one she fondly refers to as Nyummy Music; songs that will light and stoke a warm feeling within every listener. Lyrics that speak of life. Melodies loaded with feeling. Her ultimate goal is for fans new and old to relate to the stories told by each track on the list.

The stage will be set on Tuesday 30th of August 2016 at the newly refurbished Kenya National Theatre for an exclusive evening, poised to be an unforgettable out-of-the-ordinary experience for all in attendance.

“The show will be a melange of art forms – never seen before! Anyone planning to come should prepare to have all their senses brought to life.” promises June. Her unrivalled passion, vocal prowess and stage charm will seal the deal. The production will feature collaborations with the incomparable Eddie Grey, the one and only Blinky Bill and June’s all girl band The Flower Project…to mention but a few.

Advance Tickets only. Regular Tickets at Ksh.3,500. VIP Tickets at Ksh.5,000. For more information, go to TICKETS

For more about June, click here [insert URL for the Bio/Profile page] for her complete profile.


Sample June’s Music:


Check out the links below to listen to some of June’s music off the new album.

Click here to listen to ‘Everything is Fine’ by June Gachui

Click here to listen to ‘Mistaken Identity’ by June Gachui