ANDY Millar Hall is set to come alive tonight with one of the mega Harare winter shows.
Report by Entertainment Reporter
An exciting combination of the big four in the country, namely Oliver Mtukudzi, Alick Macheso, Sulumani Chimbetu and Jah Prayzah, will take to the stage at the Exhibition Park venue in a gig that promises fireworks.
The combination comprises different genres and each performer has proved popular in their own right.
Mtukudzi is fresh from an international tour and should be excited to meet his local fans after about two months away from local action.
The musician is known for serenading fans through his yesteryear and current hits that have made him the country’s most travelled musician and local beat’s ambassador internationally.
Macheso will be looking forward to affirm to his fans that all hope is not lost after losing some of his key band members last week.
Sources in Macheso’s camp say the musician has been going through serious rehearsals to initiate his new team into the energetic Orchestra Mberikwazvo formula.
Sulu, as Chimbetu is often referred to, is basking in the glory of his award at the recent Zimbabwe International Carnival.
He won the best float accolade at the country’s inaugural carnival.
The musician has promised to make a serious impact at the show.
It will be Jah Prayzah’s time to test the strength of his stage performance against the country’s heavyweights.
His song Tsviriyo has been doing well over the past month and he is likely to attract a lot of attention through his performance.
Show organiser Patson Chimbodza of Chipaz Promotions said there would be a number of give-away prizes to honour fans for their support.
“We are looking forward to a big event. Everything is in place and people should brace for a historical outing,” he said.