Musical duo Kokosoul will perform in downtown Mission on May 19 at The Stage. / Submitted Photo

Kokosoul coming to Mission’s Stage

The musical duo will perform downtown on May 19

The musical duo Kokosoul will perform in downtown Mission on May 19 at The Stage.

The combination of Karina Morin and Karlo Martin come together to form Kokosoul, Vancouver’s most accomplished duo.

Consummately talented, they have the ability to captivate and enthrall the most discerning of audiences.

The duo performs a huge variety of music – all of the favourite classics from across the genres, all performed with passion and soul.

Pop songs are performed with a blues/jazz vibe; rock songs with a velvety smooth, reggae feel. Morin’s powerful vocals and Martin’s rhythmic talent bring together a surprising chemistry of melodic, soulful grooves with a touch of jazz. Check them out at kokosoulmusic.com.

The Stage is located at 32998 First Ave. Doors open at 7 p.m. The music happens after 8:30 p.m. every Friday. Cover is $5.

For more info, visit TheStageInMission.ca.

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