NIGERIAN born entertainer Timomatic knows how to have a good time.
But his journey to fame is much deeper than dancing.
“I trained at the school of Michael Jackson, I’m self-taught for the most part and I had a gift to pick things up really quickly just from watching them,” he said.
“I feel like dancers have this ability to interpret and listen, express music in a way everyone else really can’t.
“I love the relationship between music and movement.”
Recently a judge on reality TV show Dance Boss, Timomatic’s shows are far from a spectator sport – and he’s headed to Armidale with his Mash Up tour.
Timomatic has invited talented song and dance crew Divine Our Destiny to join him on the tour.
”I want to keep pushing it, my overall mission is to have global impact which is a big dream for a Nigerian guy who grew up in Canberra and Perth,” he said.
“My love of music and dance first came from home, but wherever I was born – whenever I witnessed Michael Jackson’s magic it would have made a big impact on my life.
“I think he was able to just transcend music and dance and to leave people inspired, although he used entertainment as his medium it was a message of love and peace and inspiration.”
Timomatic’s Mash Up tour hits Armidale Ex-Services Club on December 14 and The Leader has ten double passes including a VIP sound check experience to giveaway to the first ten people to call 6768 1290 before 10am Thursday and leave contact details.
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