Surprise-filled birthday party for Tryson

HARARE - Marxist Brothers band is set to throw a surprise-packed birthday party for Tryson Chimbetu at City Sports Bar in Harare this Friday.

Chimbetu is turning 25 on October 12.

Celebrated rapper Desmond Chideme aka Stunner is expected to grace the occasion.

Speaking to the Daily News, Tryson’s band manager Nyasha Mugauri said the Friday party is a must-attend — as it is pregnant with surprises.

“Fans are going to share the cake with Tryson and he is going to reveal his untold life-story for the first time,” said Mugauri.

Mugauri said the band has a surprise present for Chimbetu.

The Marxist Brothers manager said it was the band’s wish to share the stage with more supporting musicians but unfortunately most of them are booked.

His cousin Suluman Chimbetu is still to receive his birthday party invitation from the Glen Viewbased outfit.

“Most of the guys (musicians) are booked — and we are planning to invite Suluman — we are arranging to pay him a visit at his home.

“We would also love to see Alick Macheso at the birthday bash but he is tied up.

“Macheso will be performing in Gweru that night,” said Mugauri.

Joe Nyamungoma the Orchestra Dendera Kings (Suluman) public relations officer said his band is fully booked but had the invitation arrived earlier they might have arranged something positive.

“We have two concerts on Friday; we will be performing in Chinhoyi alongside Oliver Mtukudzi and Jah Prayzah before dating Gweru for another show.

“Tryson akanonoka kutizivisa maybe taiorganiser zvimwe,” said Nyamungoma.

Born on October 12, 1987 Tryson is the eldest son of the late musician Naison Chimbetu popularly known as “Dr Nero” in showbiz then.

He is complementing other musicians such as Suluman, Allan and Douglas to fly the Dendera musical flag high passed on to them by their fathers — Simon and Naison.

Tryson has three albums under his belt namely Marxist Revival, Bvamrod and the latest Nguva YaChimbetu which features Macheso on a track called Vegetables. -
Vasco Chaya

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