Idols 2017 winner, Paxton Fielies has been chosen as the opening act for Tamia at the Cape Town A track in Greenpoint on 23 February. Tamia is promoting her new album, Passion Like Fire.
What an honour for the 18-year-old. Paxton said she was star struck when she found out, as she had already bought a ticket to Tamia's concert when she was asked to perform at the So Into You hitmaker's concert.
According to The Daily Voice, Paxton loves Tamia and said her mom used to play her songs all the time. She said she was going to go to the concert anyway and now this selection was just too amazing.
"This is simply amazing. I didn't expect to be part of this concert," she added.
Paxton also said it was awesome to be part of the amazing line-up with Lady Zamar as well. The 2017 Idols winner said she will be star struck when she meets her.
Paxton will perform some of her current music but also spoil the Cape fans with he new material.
She said she is looking forward to showing off her new material and is positive that the audience is gonna love it.
She feels so blessed to be performing alongside the Canadian star. She first performed with Karen White and now the Officially Missing You hitmaker.
The 43-year-old singer and songwriter, is getting ready for her SA tour to promote her new album, Passion Like Fire. The album features her soulful mid-tempo single, Leave It smokin'. Tamia co-wrote the song with her friend, Salaam Remi.
Lady Zamar will join the line-up for the concert to perform some of her hits like, Love is Blind and Collide.
Tickets for the show range from R495 to R895, and is available through Webtickets or Pick n Pay stores.
Two months ago, Briefly.co.za reported that Paxton reached over 1 millions views for one of her songs.
She has come into many homes in South Africa, filling our hearts with her amazing voice and making waves across Youtube as well.
This petit young lady stems from Bishops Lavis in Cape Town and on the 4 June 2018 her single, Angifuni, made over 1 million views in a period of just 6 months.
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