Man-of-the-moment Peter Moyo and energetic dendera artiste Tryson Chimbetu lock horns at the Holly’s Hotel tomorrow.
The show, designed in a manner that would leave any father green with envy, will see the two musicians revive their fathers’ legacies.
The show comes hard on the heels of the 21st Movement Gala in Chipinge where the two wowed the thousands that thronged the venue.
Tryson Chimbetu is tried and tested and has shown intense talent. With the help of Alick Macheso, the young man seems to be heading in the right direction.
As is always the case with the Chimbetu family, Tryson is charismatic and has a unique way of presenting his act. Love him or hate him, he has one of the best choreographies in the trade.
Peter on the other hand, has improved immensely from the first day that he took to the stage filling in for his father for a one-legged tour in Botswana.
Even the departure of his most experienced band members, Shiga Shiga and Spencer Khumulani which was viewed as his biggest misfortune, seems to have made his stronger.
Peter is now a totally different person and a great performer, he has joined a new dispensation on the showbiz scene where young artists bulldoze into relevance.
All things being equal, by the end of the year, there will certainly be a youthful Big Five.