Temple Management to organise King Sunny Ade @70 Grand Concert

Temple Management to organise King Sunny Ade @70 Grand Concert

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A world class concert in honour of Juju maestro, Sunday Adeniyi Adegeye popularly known as King Sunny Ade has been contracted to be staged by leading talent agency and event firm, Temple Management Company (TMC).

The show-stopping event will also mark the 50-year coronation of the “King” of Nigerian music.

With the brief, the fast-growing creative firm is saddled with the task to put together what is believed to be “a seminal moment” on the Nigerian event and showbiz circuit.

The iconic, King Sunny Ade turned age 70 on September 22, 2016 and has been feted by different associations and organisations in a long line of ceremonies. The celebrations will climax with a ground-breaking concert production.

The Temple Management Company Limited (TMC) is a full-service creative talent and event management company incorporated in Nigeria and operating in the Entertainment, Sports, Media and Art sectors and has continued to gain the attention of key stakeholders in the creative industry in Nigeria and on the continental stage since it first set up shop in March 2016. Led by its industrious founder, Idris Olorunnimbe, the company has made its imprints felt in four key areas of operation including entertainment, arts, media and sports.

King Sunny Ade with Temple Management Team (L-R) Mark Redguard, Head Of Entertainment, Hamza Idris-Kutigi, Chief Financial Officer, Kola Fashola, Manager Operations, Salamatu Okorejior, Senior Creative Analyst, Deji Olomojobi, General Counsel and Mr Ige after signing the agreement to stage the concert
King Sunny Ade with Temple Management Team (L-R) Mark Redguard, Head Of Entertainment, Hamza Idris-Kutigi, Chief Financial Officer, Kola Fashola, Manager Operations, Salamatu Okorejior, Senior Creative Analyst, Deji Olomojobi, General Counsel and Mr Ige after signing the agreement to stage the concert

In addition to being credited to the success of the maiden edition of Mavin Access Concert, the talent firm manages a mélange of Nigeria’s biggest talents drawn from different spectrum including Nigeria’s biggest record label Mavin Records, renowned disc jockey DJ Jimmy Jatt, award-winning visual artist and writer Victor Ehikhamenor, R’n’B performer, Iyanya, artist/jeweller Mode Aderinokun, award-winning Nigerian broadcast media, Funmi Iyanda and 11-year old tennis prodigy, Marylove Edwards.

While giving the highest assurance on a flawless project delivery, Mr. Olorunnimbe stated that it was an honour to be considered by the legendary music genius to host such a historic concert. He explained: “We do not take with levity the trust reposed in us at Temple Management Company by one of Nigeria’s biggest music colossus, King Sunny Ade. We take this assignment as a big endorsement on our competencies as an organization.”

Mr. Olorunnimbe added: “Our young and vibrant team of professionals have already started work on this project. We are working with both local and international partners to deliver something that fans of the legendary KSA will be very proud of.”

Mark Redguard, Head of Entertainment at TMC, also promised a show to remember. “KSA at 70 will have the very best of local and international entertainers. He is a national treasure and he deserves an event that reflects his iconic status.”

Expressing satisfaction in TMC, the Juju music maestro scored the event company high and expressed confidence in their competence to deliver a world-class show. “I have been around the industry long enough to realize that the guys at Temple Management Company are very sharp and know what they are doing with their level of professionalism. I am very pleased to work with to put together a befitting 70th birthday concert for me,” he revealed.

“With this arrangement in place, I can concentrate on what I know how to do best. You can call this concert one of the biggest of my music career and I am looking forward to giving my fans the best performance of my life,” the septuagenarian added.

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