Jah Prayzah takes Jerusarema to Mutare

HARARE - Jah Prayzah will showcase his latest album Jerusarema at Platinum in Mutare tonight. Interestingly, the Uzumba-born musician will be backed by upcoming musician Andy Muridzo who has been accused of being a Jah Prayzah copycat.

On Sunday, he will be back in the capital city for a family show at Zebra Village.

Busy weekend for Macheso

Sungura star Alick Macheso will perform at the Big Apple in Harare tomorrow night before going to Extra Mile and leisure for a family show on Sunday.

Kunonga comes to Dandaro

Afro-fusion star Victor Kunonga will serenade revellers at the Dandaro Inn tonight. The Kwedu singer will share the stage with a band Point Blank band led by his lead guitarist Norman Masamba. Kunonga is also scheduled to perform at the OK Grand Challenge tomorrow.

Young Igwe returns to City Sports Centre

After holding a poorly-attended show at the Avon Restaurant in Avondale last weekend, Peter Moyo will return to his regular venue, the City Sports Centre tonight.

Zimdancehall stars to clash at DJ Cheeky Bash

Guspy Warrior, Freeman and Kinnah are expected to rule the roost at DJ Cheeky’s birthday to be hosted by Club Super Label tomorrow night.

The three chanters will be joined on stage by Lady Squanda, Lady B, Jay Cee, Spiderman, Ras Pompy, Cello Culture, Platinum Prince, Mostaff, Quonfuzed, Ash Styles and many other chanters. Several sound systems which include Judgment Yard, Silverstone, Mighty Ducks and Chillspot will also perform at the bash.

Red Fox hosts dancehall special

Cape Town-based selector Maxmum also known as Mux from the African Exodus Sound will perform at the Red Fox tomorrow.

Heartfelt Worship Team live DVD recording

Heartfelt music will do a live recording of their fifth album tomorrow at the International Overflow Centre in Ashdown Park, Harare.

Upcoming Jazz artiste for Tose Respite fundraiser

Upcoming jazz artiste Myrah Dube who recently released a 10-track album titled Introducing Myrah will today perform at a fundraising dinner for the physically-challenged children for Tose Respite Care home at Cresta in Msasa.

Myrah is happy to have been selected to contribute to the fundraising dinner being supported by several corporates that have bought tables in support of the event.

“Besides being an artiste; I am a normal human being who is cognisant of the challenges in my community and I am touched by the condition of the physically-challenged children at Tose Respite Care home. It is my hope that my effort no matter how small will go a long way in making a difference in their lives,” she said.

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