Transit Crew for Unplugged

HARARE – Transit Crew — Zimbabwe’s oldest reggae band — will perform at the Unplugged event on tomorrow at Wingate Park Golf Club.

The band’s manager,  Tavonga “Ras Teekay” Mafundikwa, has promised fireworks at the monthly event.

“Transit as you know is the country’s oldest reggae institution and as such we have mastered the art of playing this genre so well.

“It is no surprise really that the Unplugged organisers saw it fit to include us on the final bill of the festival in 2017,” said Ras Teekay.

In addition to Transit Crew, the final edition of Unplugged 2017 will also include Edith WeUtonga, Takura, Simba Tags, Tim Westwood amongst a host of other talented musos and deejays.

Selmor, Pah Chihera date Somanje

Songstress Selmor Mtukudzi and Pah Chihera will share the stage with Josphat Somanje and Fred Farai Finto and his Angwa Combo tomorrow at a family show set for Tanza Centre in C

Young Igwe returns to Iridium

Sungura artiste Peter “Young Igwe” Moyo, who has a date with Club Joy Centre at Makoni in Chitungwiza, will perform at Iridium Club in Harare tonight.

Mbira Dzenharira will then perform at the entertainment Harare joint the following day.

On Sunday, Iridium will host Andy Muridzo, Gonyeti, Progress Chipfumo, Dr Tawanda, Baba Harare and Garry Tight among others in a concert dubbed “Fill Up Iridium Club End of Year Party”.

City Sports Bar hosts Pramastove

City Sports Bar will host comedian Pramastove tonight and he will be supported by several DJs who include DJ Love King, DJ Brizzy, DJ Stone and MC Andy Kays among others.

Marcy dates La-Rouge

La-Rouge-based in Westgate is hosting songstress Marcy Janyure tomorrow.

Kadoma Annual Arts Awards tomorrow

The annual Kadoma Arts Awards will be held this Saturday at Kadoma Park.

Taz to launch single

Afro-pop and jazz sensation, Mehluli Taz will launch a single titled Ndoenda online today.

The Ndoenda launch will be hosted by various social sites, radio stations and television stations.

The song focuses on the continued multifaceted struggles and abuse women face on a daily basis largely as a spin-off of family-based patriarchal dynamics.

Ndoenda tells the story of a woman whose in-laws subject her to verbal and emotional abuse.

Such abuse in many cases leads to resentment towards one’s spouse; depression and can ultimately break families up.

This song is in line with annual global commemorations of the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, Human Rights Day and the 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence campaign.

Taz is an innovative and talented musician who started his music career at a tender age and is now aiming to export the educational and entertainment aspects of his music to the world at large and spearheading fight against domestic violence.

Chipawo holds xmas show

Chipawo will hold its annual Christmas Show at Theatre in the Park tonight.