Harare Agric show warms up to music

HARARE - Afro-Jazz musicians Jah Prayzah, Alexio Kawara and urban grooves ace Roki will be showcasing their musical talents today at the on-going Harare Agricultural Show.

Of late, the Shaina singer has been concentrating on performing in joints like the Zimbabwe Germany Society, Book Cafe and Alliance Francaise where only a handful fans attend the shows.

Kawara is happy to perform this evening at the Harare Agricultural Show.

“It is good to perform again before a huge crowd such as at the agricultural show, it has been a while since I performed at a show of such a calibre.

“I will only perform for half an hour from 1630hrs to 1700hrs but I would like to give my fans value for money through sizzling stage act,” said Kawara.

Jah Prayzah real name Mukudzei Mukombe is happy to return to the big Harare platform and he promises fireworks today.

“I am happy to be part of the cast again at this year’s event and likewise the Third Generation band is promising nothing but fireworks.

“We will be belting out most of the crowd favourite songs such as Kumbumura Mhute among others,” said the 27-year-old artiste.

Jah Prayzah made his maiden appearance at Harare Agricultural Show a couple of years ago as a supporting act to the late sungura artiste Tongai Moyo and since then he rose to become
a regular feature at the annual event.

Tomorrow, rising dancehall star Tocky Vibes will share the stage with revered artiste Winky D and Judgment Yard among others.

Harare Agricultural Show 2014 music diary

August 26 — Alexio Kawara, Roki, Jah Prayzah

August 27 — Tocky Vibes, Winky D, Judgement Yard, Joster

August 28 — Howard Pinjisi, Douglas Chimbetu, Oliver Mtukudzi

August 29 — Gary B, Templeman, Ras Pompy, Jah Child

August 30 — Seh Calaz, Soul Jah Love, Jah Child, Terminator

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