Jah Prayzah's packed festive season

HARARE - Popular entertainer Jah Prayzah will perform at Marondera’s Legends Night Club tonight before proceeding to Chipinge for a show at Dzonzai Night Club tomorrow night.

The Tsviriyo singer’s hectic festive season schedule will include shows at Rusape Hall (December 29), Mbizo Inn, Kwekwe (December 30), Club Royal, Bulawayo (December 31) and Extra Mile, Harare (January 1).

Sulu teams up with Soul Jah Love

Tonight dendera musician Suluman Chimbetu will take his new album “Gunship” to Kwekwe Hall before descending on Glendale tomorrow night for a gig at Club 007.

On New Year’s Eve the ‘Sean Timba” singer will rock Pick ‘n’ Save joint in Mutare where he will share the stage with gospel star Blessing Shumba.

After the concert in the Eastern border city, Suluman will return to Harare for a January 1 joint show with Soul Jah Love at Jongwe Corner in Hatfield.

Macheso dates Shamva

Sungura ace Alick Macheso will return to Shamva tonight for a concert at Tipaz Night Club and he will also perform at New Life Night Club in Harare’s Budiriro suburb on Sunday night.

The Tafadzwa singer’s festive season diary will include Manyame Park Night Club in Chitungwiza (December 29), Pakare Paye Arts Centre, Norton (December 30), Ice and Fire Pamuzinda, Harare (December 31) and Dandaro Inn in Harare’s Agricultural Show Society’s Grounds (January 1).

Ba Shupi’s Harare wedding party

For the benefit of fans of Ba Shupi who tied the knot in Masvingo last week, the Book Café will tomorrow night host a reconstruction of the wedding including the repeat of their vows, the full bridal party showing off their dances, the cutting of the wedding cake and then an after party show from Ba Shupi & The ‘A’ Team featuring a host of guest artists.

Reggae, mbira vibes on Book Café stage

House of Stone, the famous Marondera group that normally backs reggae star MicInity, will hold a reggae and dub session at the Book Café on December 29.

On December 30 the same venue will host Chikwata.263, Zimbabwe’s mbira-rock crossover stars, who will perform songs from their brand new album ‘Chauya’.

Cynthia Mare to star in New Year’s Eve concert

Zimbabwe Music Awards (Zima) winner Cynthia Mare will return with another show on December 31 that will usher Book Café music fans into 2015.

After Mare’s concert the Book Café will host several concerts at the beginning of the New Year that will include Bob Nyabinde (January 2), Tatenda ‘African Girl’ Tadzingirwa (January 3), Madhonza Makuru (January 3) and Transit Crew (January 3).

Pastor Haisa in comeback concert

Forgotten gospel musicians Pastor Lawrence Haisa and David Mabvuramiti will resurface in a New Year’s Eve concert set for Limbani Shopping Centre at Zengeza 5.

The two artistes along with upcoming gospel group, African Praise, will share the stage at the annual Victory Power International Ministries’ Cross Over Night.

Event organisers believe the return of the two gospel music stars will draw big crowds.

“We decided to engage Pastor Haisa, Mabvuramiti as well as the talented upcoming gospel group, African Praise to entertain the congregants because we are happy with the way they preach the word of God through their music,” said Pastor Joe.

Pastor Haisa recently collaborated with fellow gospel artiste Sebastian Magacha on a song he is expected to perform during the weekend concert.

New Year’s Eve concert will provide a good platform for Mabvuramiti who made his name at the Jairos Jiri Band, a group he temporarily led before becoming a full time gospel music artiste.

The ex-Jairos Jiri artiste, better known for the gospel hit Mune Simba Muropa RaJesu, has performed at several church conferences.

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