Gonyeti resumes solo career

HARARE - Pamela “Gonyeti” Zulu, who recently quit Jah Prayzah’s Third Generation, will perform at Maximum 08 Club Tabula in Southlea Park backed by the Horses.

Before joining Jah Prayzah a couple of years ago, Gonyeti was a lead singer for two Harare-based bands — Jabavu Drive and Summer Breeze.

The mother of two, who has an album to her credit that was produced by Clive Mono Mukundu, was among several female

artistes who performed at the Winter Jazz Festival held at the now-defunct Jazz 105.

Sulu, Alexio descend on Jazz 24/7

Alexio and Nesto will share the stage at Jazz 24/7 tonight in a partnership expected to showcase the very best of Afro-fusion and urban grooves.

Tomorrow, the same venue will host Suluman Chimbetu and upcoming artiste Mbeu.

Mukarati to perform tonight

HIGHLY-RATED jazz musician Vimbayi “Vee” Mukarati and Nyamavhuvhu Night Sounds will perform at Alliance Francaise tonight at 8pm.

The rising jazz musician launched his debut solo album titled Moto at the same venue last year.

The 10-track album by Vee, a holder of a Berklee Music College higher certificate in arts, jazz and contemporary music acquired from Newpark Music Centre in Dublin Ireland, was recorded live at the Old Mutual Theatre at Alliance Francaise by the highly-acclaimed sound engineer Vusa Moyo.

Signature Toscie Style Sessions

TOMORROW morning at 11am, Moto Republik will host an event that celebrates and honours Zimbabwean women in the business, fashion and entertainment industry.

Dubbed Style Brunch, the event is an interactive platform that links up young and aspiring female entrepreneurs with established professionals.

 

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