MicInity finds new home

HARARE - Reggae star MicInity has secured a permanent slot for his “Rub-A-Dub Wednesdays” concert at Misty’s Club in Newlands.

The popular midweek concert, which was originally called “Weddy Weddy Wednesday”, was formerly hosted by the Book Café.

MicInity is delighted to be resuming the midweek concert this evening after a two-week break.

“Misty’s is a nice venue and we feel we can build a decent mature crowd that has an appreciation for our genre,” the Marondera-born crooner told the Daily News.

“I am very excited to be resident performer at Misty’s starting this evening and I promise my fans they will not be disappointed.”

The Freedom singer has hailed his new partnership with Marondera reggae group, the House of Stone.

“House of Stone has now become my regular backing band.

“We grew up together in Marondera and nurtured each other in music so it is no wonder we have reunited again.

“Most importantly, our chemistry when we play is out of this world,” he said.

“We understand each other and the mere fact that we have been playing together for a long time and hail from the same hometown of Marondera speaks volumes.

“These are exciting times for all of us. Let me also take this moment to thank my fans once again for their unending support.”

Stuts Anje, the reggae star’s publicist, told the Daily News that the “Rub-A-Dub Wednesdays” concerts will have earlier starting times.

“We have been advised that the regular crowd at Misty’s is an early crowd and this has prompted us to adjust our times as well.

“We have also put into consideration that our fans are the working class and because of our starting times in recent years, we had lost quite a handful of them.

“Our shows now start early. MicInity will be on stage by 8pm till about midnight,” she said.

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