Lorraine Klaasen

Last updated: March 7, 2024

Lorraine Klaasen, the daughter of the late legendary South African Jazz singer Thandie Klaasen, is one of the few South African artists who have preserved the classic sound of Township Music, one of the most distinctive sounds to come out of South Africa. Born and raised in Soweto and now based in London, Lorraine has electrified audiences worldwide with her dynamic stage presence and showmanship 

In 2008, Lorraine released the highly charged album Africa Calling – it was produced by South African record producer Mongezi Chris Ntaka, and features bassist Bakhiti Khumalo (Paul Simon’s "Graceland"). Her album A Tribute To Miriam Makeba won Lorraine the 2013 Juno Award for World Music Album of the Year and is a tribute to the legendary songstress.

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