DJ Nii Ayi Tagoe
The fifth edition of the Joy FM annual event dubbed Keteke Fever which was held at the Banquet Hall of the State House on Boxing Day attracted hundreds of old school music lovers from all walks of life.
The event offered an escape route to oldies who have always felt left out in the recent outbreak of Azonto fever. Disc Jockeys Nii Ayi Tagoe of Joy FM and Paul Ankrah of former Club Keteke fame were fantastic on the night dishing classic upon classic to an audience that yearned for more.
For many patrons of the Joy FM Keteke Fever, the ultimate oldies jam, it was a time to relive the memories of the 70s and beyond with songs from the Jackson 5s, Kool & the Gangs, Whitney Anita Baker, Madonna, Heavy D And The Boyz among others.
The DJs knew what patrons wanted and they served them hot. Hit songs from the glorious era, such as ?Holiday?, ?Now That We Have Love?, ?Rhythm of the Night?, ?All Night Long?, ?Coffee?, ?Ring My Bell?, ?Electric Slide?, ?I Want To Be Rich?, awoke the dancing nerves of patrons who found it very difficult to resist the dancing temptations the night had to offer.
The Joy FM Keteke Fever was that time machine which teleported the old to a youthful era where several dance moves, including the Electric Slide, were relived.
The 70s and 80s were also unique for their fashion scene and the night did not lack that. Patrons wore bell trousers with afro hair styles to match and the women who went back to the age of mini-skirts, they truly did bring their sexy game on.
Aside this year?s grandeur venue and the abundant good music, patrons at the event received free complementary drinks, pepper soup and grills to while away a fantastic 2013.