Friday nights at upmarket joint Pablo’z located at Borrowdale’s Sam Levy village are no longer the same after the introduction of the velvet voices of Jazz music and mature music for the ready to spend mature audiences.
BY JOHN MOKWETSI
Pablo’z which has brought a new night life has kept on improving their entertainment cocktail with some of the best local acts performing at the joint.
This Friday, Jazz Invitation fronted by Kelly Rusike formerly of the renowned Rusike Brothers will be out to serenade the mature patrons who are above 29 years.
The Rusike Brothers famed for their several hits is one of the Zimbabwean Jazz outfits that ignited both local and international radio channels in the 90s.
The group rose to national stardom with their hit Saturday Night which became a national anthem.
The joint’s publicist Lyndon Kapuya said; “ This Friday will be a night to take Jazz fans back with some original plug tracks from Jazz Invitation and DJ Spin who will be rocking it on the turn tables playing mature music after the show.”
Spain based Voyce will be performing for the last time in Zimbabwe before she leaves for Spain.
Kapuya said the weekend madness will continue on Saturday with some mellow music played by the indomitable Kaycee the Gigmaster.
“Revellers will love to try the renowned platter and an assortment of whiskies that are loved and respected,” he said.