Solo Makore, BaShupi headline Jam Session

HARARE - Veteran lyricist and guitarist Solo Makore and BaShupi will today lead an array of musicians at the popular Jam Session at City Sports Bar in Harare.

City Sports Bar entertainment under the stewardship of Mathias Bangure said this week’s event also features urban grooves artiste Talking Guitars, Lovezh and Terry Mbofana.

Meanwhile, Makore, the Fogo Fire frontman will give notes to budding musicians among them Faheem Somanje and Tedious Muchapedza Matsito Jnr.

Makore has had a stint with Suluman Chimbetu’s Orchestra Dendera Kings before he retraced his roots to lead his ensemble.

Sulu has reportedly left the door open for his return but at the moment Makore seems to be focusing on pursuing his musical dream.

Reggae music lovers are also catered for by Dr Reggae and Bhanditi Queen.

Faheem took over from his late father Daiton Somanje and he has had a great start at the helm of Pengaudzoke.

Tedious Jnr is son to ailing sungura musician Tedious Matsito who has assumed the reins of his father’s Ngwenya Brothers.

The youthful musician has so far appeared at several gigs showcasing his talent, performing his father’s hits.

Sungura giant Alick Macheso pledged his support to him and has called at some of his shows where he has showcased his talent.

The Jam Session platform has given upcoming musicians a chance to showcase their talents.

Despite the prevailing harsh economic conditions, the entertainment event has been going on and remained consistent as a Monday entertainment diary.

City Sports Bar is under the Devine Assignments Promotions family known for their interest in promoting the arts in the country.


 

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