Macheso, Sulu share stage tonight

HARARE - Two of the most celebrated musicians in the country Alick Macheso of Orchestra Mberikwazvo and Suluman Chimbetu of Orchestra Dendera Kings are set to clash tonight at the popular Harare venue.

The two will share the stage with rising dancehall artiste Killer T and Oliver Mtukudzi’s protégé Munyaradzi Mataruse.

Orchestra Dendera Kings publicist Joe Nyamungoma believes tonight’s show will be a must-attend.

“We last staged a joint show with mudhara Alick a long time ago so we are happy the day has finally come,” said Nyamungoma.

“The idea here is to bring our fans together and give them different tastes of music. It is not about competition because it is a fact that mudhara Alick has been in the music game much longer than Sulu.
“We urge all music lovers to come in their numbers as we promise fireworks because the Orchestra Dendera Kings will sample new songs,” said Nyamungoma.

Mega 1

On Sunday the popular Harare joint will host a family show featuring rhumba group Diamond Musica, dendera musician Tryson Chimbetu and sungura outfit Extra Kwazvose.

Bev dates Chegutu

Dancer Beverly “Bev” Sibanda will perform in the capital tonight at Tube Nite Club after which she will date Eddy’s Kite in Chegutu tomorrow before returning to Harare for performances at Jongwe Corner in Hatfield and K2 Nite Club of Kuwadzana on Sunday.

Private Lounge

It will be Divas Night on Wednesday next week at the Private Lounge. Daddy Chocolate Nesto, Dj Nash Abra and Joe Mentro will entertain revellers.
 
On Sunday the pole dancer X Rated Cocos will celebrate her 21st birthday with the support of Flip Floppers Dance Crew and several upcoming Djs.

Jazz 105

Rejuvenated Progress Chipfumo will perform at Jazz 105 tonight. Tomorrow the same entertainment joint will revert to the usual resident band.

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