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Global house music icon, Louie Vega, today announces that he’ll be bringing his critically acclaimed Elements of Life show to HERE at Outernet, London, on Friday 26 January. Garnering mammoth critical acclaim since its formation in 2003, Vega’s Elements of Life project is nothing short of a live global phenomenon, boasting a Grammy Award, x3 albums and a 2007 Superbowl pre-game, globally televised performance to 145 million viewers. Now for 2024, UK audiences can fully immerse themselves in The Elements of Life experience when Louie Vega brings the full band to British shores in January. 

A leader in global dance and electronic music, Louie Vega has painted an award-winning career from a melodic palette, blended with every genre from house, salsa and afro-beat, to jazz, hip hop, gospel and soul. A master of his craft, when Louie splashes a talented bunch of musicians into that jazz, funk, dance, soul fusion….the result is a magical hearty serving of Louie Vega & The Elements of Life & Friends; a live-band project with Vega leading as musical director and conductor. Over its tenure, The Elements of Life has released three albums, won a Grammy award in 2006 for Best Remixed Recording, Non-Classical Curtis Mayfield, ‘Superfly (Louie Vega EOL Mix)’, and performed the song ‘One Dream’ Featuring Anané for a globally-televised audience of 145 million viewers during the 2007 Superbowl pre-game show. 

I can’t wait to bring The Elements of Life show back to London town when we come to HERE at Outernet in early 2024,” comments Vega. “It’s an incredible venue and I have an awesome live experience lined up for you. Be prepared for future grooves, with a tinge of the musical landscape from our rich past, and yes, there will be experimentation and some surprise musical friends —get ready for it. You never know just who will show up to play in the finale!

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