Macheso to tour Chipinge, Chiredzi

HARARE - Sungura musician Alick Macheso and his Orchestra Mberikwazvo band will perform at Pick N Save in Mutare tonight before staging a rare concert in Chipinge at Dhonzai Night Club tomorrow.

On Sunday, the Tafadzwa hit-maker is expected to thrill revellers at Zineku Bar at Checheche Growth Point.

The sungura king will wind up his tour of the Lowveld on Monday at Chiedza Hall in Chiredzi.

Extra Kwazvose to rock Gleendale

Extra Kwazvose will begin their weekend programme tonight at Gleendale’s Tsungubvi Beer.

On Sunday afternoon, the ex-Macheso band members will share the stage with Peter “Young Igwe” Moyo at Glen Norah’s Palace Night Club, formerly Hwenje’s Village.

Suluman teams up with Sugar Sugar

Suluman Chimbetu and his Orchestra Dendera Kings will be the star performers tonight at the official opening of Club Vegas in Harare’s Southerton Surburb tonight.

The Sean Timba singer’s weekend programme will wind up at Shamwari Joe in Mvurwi where he will share the stage with Taruvinga “Sugar Sugar” Manjokota.

Dembo, Gasa to share stage

Tendai Dembo and the Barura Express will share the stage with upcoming sungura artiste Romeo Gasa of Extra Valembe at City Sports Bar tonight.

On Sunday, the same venue will host Marabi musician Kireni Zulu.

Jah Prayzah returns to Airport Lounge

Award-winning musician Jah Prayzah and his Third Generation band will rock the Airport Lounge tomorrow where they are expected to perform songs off their red-hot latest album Kumbumura Mhute.

Zoey to set Private Lounge ablaze

Controversial dancer Noleen “Zoey” Sifelani and her Red Angels have a date with the Private Lounge tomorrow.

Mokoomba to hold farewell show at Book Cafe

Mokoomba, winners of the International Artist of the Year award at the recent Zimbabwe Achievers Awards in London, will hold their last concert in Zimbabwe before they embark on yet another international tour. Mokoomba’s concert will be preceded by a performance by mbira group Mawungira eNharira.

The Book Café will belatedly celebrate the Day of the African Child tomorrow with a concert that will feature emerging young musicians Amanda and Rodrigues.

The two young musicians will give way to Alexio Kawara and the Shades of Black who will be share the stage with Tsvete.

Comments (2)

I am here for you

edward dzvuke - 30 August 2014

vanhu vanokuda kusaka vachikubira music yako ndokuti kugona kwacho hakuna munhu anoba zvinoshata urikumberi mudhara sando dzako tinokudzorera. Nyatsovaratidza kuti urikumberi kwekumberi pamaLive shows.Takatombogumbuka pamabororo aye but well Mwari akapindira Mutsa iwe!! Kete.

edward dzvuke - 30 August 2014

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