This concert, entitled Gold Coast Sickness, will be performed by the historical Ghanaian band The Ramblers and the New Zealand Afro-fusion band Zoh Zoh. The Ramblers International Band was founded in 1961 by the saxophonist and arranger Jerry Hansen, who died in 2012. Throughout the 1960s and 1970s it was one of the most popular touring and recording groups in Ghana. Their highly individual style consisted of a mixture of highlife with soul and Latin material. Zoh Zoh is a ten piece band, lead by Yaw Boateng, a master drummer, dancer and composer from Ghana. Their lyrics tell stories of modern Africa by using West African percussion instruments, such as guitars, keyboard and horns. Their music is influenced by Afro Beat Jazz, Old School Reggae and African Funk Highlife.