Mhere, Magacha, Zamar share stage

HARARE - Gospel singers Mathias Mhere, Takesure Zamar Ncube, Tembalami and Sabastian Magacha will share the stage on April 9 at Kingstone House in Harare at a concert theme Taking Gospel to another Level.

Mhere told the Daily News that it will be a night to celebrate God’s power through music.

“It was our wish as gospel artistes to join forces and give all the glory to our God through music.

“We are all ready for the event and we hope the night will be a memorable one for our fans,” said the Favour hitmaker.

Zamar Ncube is popularly known locally for his blockbuster song Prayer For Zimbabwe which is a darling song for First Lady Amai Grace Mugabe,  Kuregerera In Advance and Agere Pachigaro a song he collaborated with high-flying South African group, Joyous Celebration.

While the award-winning artiste Magacha is known for hits such as Ridza Bhosvo and Go Back to Sender among others.

Mhere is expected to take the platform to popularise his 10 track latest album Double Double which is made up of the following songs: Double Double, Makorokoza MuChurch, Nhau YaNoah, Elijah NaMwari, Kesari, Chanza, Simba, Nhava Yebenzi, Jatrofa and Zimbabwe.

The album was unveiled in Harare late last year.

Mhere started his musical journey in 2005 while in the Midlands province capital where he recorded an album Hakuna Anoramba with the group Rock of Ages.

In 2007, he moved to Harare and recorded a solo album Tinoda Nyasha where the song Jambanja naSatani is found — the album was recorded at Mono Mkundu’s Monolio Studios before moving to Lyt-On Studios for a second solo production Anoita Minana.

Some of Mhere’s albums include Nguva Yenyasha and Glory to Glory.

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