Zimpraise to shoot season seven DVD

HARARE - Trailblazing gospel group, Zimpraise, will record the highly-anticipated season seven live DVD at the Glamis Arena on July 26.

During the live recording to be titled Revelation — It’s still all about Jesus, Zimpraise will share the stage with the godfather of gospel music Baba Mechanic Manyeruke, Psalms 23 hit-makers Mahendere Brothers and the newly-formed ZimpraiseKids Choir.

Farirai Macheka, Zimpraise public relations executive, told the Daily News yesterday that the participation of Baba Manyeruke and Mahendere Brothers was in keeping with tradition.

“Sharing the stage with these iconic and talented gospel artistes is very inspiring and it will make the live DVD recording a must-see. Every will always collaborate with established gospel artistes,” said Macheka.

“We are very proud of this partnership and we expect it to be a new ground-breaking platform for inspirational praise and worship.”

In keeping with the interdenominational nature of Zimpraise, the live DVD shoot is expected to attract gospel music fans from various churches.

“It is about making music that inspires adults and young people; people from various socio-economic backgrounds. For us, it is about ministering through music”, said the Zimpraise public relations executive.

Macheka added that the Sungano singers are determined to fulfil their mandate of inspiring the development of praise and worship.

“As Zimpraise we’re committed to continually resource Christians with fresh songs of praise and worship. Our deep passion is to see people connect with the living God in a real and personal way,” she said.

Gospel music has always been a potent force and a comfort to those who are looking for some kind of encouragement in their lives.

Entry charges for the 130-member choir’s forthcoming live concert will range between $5 and $15.

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