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Our evening with Gospel's Sarah Téibo at the Hard Rock Cafe

ONE TO WATCH: Music of Black Origin (MOBO) nominee Sarah Téibo. Photo credit: Vinejuice

THE ICONIC Hard Rock Cafe opened its doors to a veritable who's who of Gospel music last week.

Music of Black Origin (MOBO) nominated Sarah Téibo hosted an evening of live Neo-Soul and Jazz-inspired Gospel music from Téibo herself, who showcased tracks from her 2016 album, Walk With Me.

The night was presented by the Hard Rock Foundation, who have donated millions of pounds to "music-centric health and wellness" projects. Téibo is no stranger to doing her bit for charity, as an ambassador for Christian children's charity Compassion UK, who were also in the house on the night.

JOINT EFFORT: Sarah Teibo and Israel Allen perform 'Keep The Faith'
Téibo's rich, soaring vocals sounded like they were at their best in the downstairs bar of the Hard Rock, which provided the essential 'warm' acoustics necessary for a smooth sound. Sarah was at ease, with a down-to-Earth charm, dancing along with the room. Guests included The Voice's very-own Marcia Dixon of the Soul Stirrings page.

GET TOGETHER: (L-R) Lurine Cato, Isaiah Raymond, Judi Love and TNeek
As if Téibo's performance wasn't enough to make our Wednesday night, singer Isaiah Raymond, who first came to mainstream and international prominence with MOBO award-winning group Raymond & Co. in the 1990s. Also on the bill was multiple award-winning Lurine Cato, also known as 'The Queen of UK Gospel', Israel J. Allen and Tneek alongside bubbly host Judy Love.

To visit the official Sarah Téibo website, click here.

For a calendar of all the latest live music events happening at The Hard Rock Cafe London, click here.

Watch 'Save Me', the third single from Téibo's album 'Walk With Me', below:

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