Charambas thrill fans with polished act

HARARE - Popular gospel power couple the Charambas — Charles and Olivia — do not care about where they perform!

The effervescent gospel act does not worry about poor turnouts or large turnouts — to Charles and Olivia — performing well is what matters.

This was quite evident on Sunday when the couple performed admirably at its favourite hunting ground — the Harare Gardens where the crowd was small by the couple’s standards.

The Charambas’ performance was not affected by the low turnout of fans as they gave up a top-notch act.

The couple kept fans on their toes as they belted out most of their hits such as Machira Chete.

The crowd was responsive, singing along and dancing away.

The Charambas took the platform to market their latest offering WeNazareta and judging by the crowd’s response, the album is weaving its way to the fans’ hearts.

Fans fell in love with songs such as NaJehovha Zvinoita and Munopindura on the new album.

One could clearly see that people were enjoying themselves as well as the Charambas who seemed not to mind the number of fans in attendance.

A fan in the crowd identified as Mai Manga said the Charambas should do more of the shows, despite the low turnout.

“They should not be discouraged by the low turnout; instead they should keep doing it for us fans. Family shows are good as they help us connect with the musicians and also provide a day out with all family members,” she said.

The crowd consisted of mainly women and their children.

A jumping castle at the venue provided alternative entertainment for the children who spent most of their time there.

The Charambas boast of over eight well received albums and these include Tinashe Akatendeka, Johanne 3:16, Exodus, Vhuserere, Sunday Service and the latest WeNazareta among others.

Comments (3)

NaJehovah zvose zvinoita baba namai. You are the gospel star Baba namai, can I say real posters. We need more of your music and do not wait until we are thirsty again.

Muteedzeri - 21 October 2014

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