28 November 2012

Zimbabwe: Tuku to Grace Nama Awards

Photo: FungaiFoto/Zimbojam
Jasen Mphepho accepts his second award at the NAMA 2012 ceremony

Popular musician Oliver 'Tuku' Mtukudzi remains the father not in shaping his legacy only but nurturing local artistes' talents.

Tuku as he is affectionately known by his legions of fans will tomorrow night hold a joint gig with two of the country's rising urban groovers, Cindy Munyavi known as 'Cindy' in the music industry and Desmond 'Stunner' Chideme at 7 Arts Theatre in Avondale.

The show is part of the fundraising efforts for the National Artists Merits Awards that are schedule for February next year.

In an interview with the C&A Entertainment Clint Robertson who is co-ordinating the show, the proceeds from the show will go towards NAMA Awards to be held next year.

"Whatever is raised will be directed towards that function," said C&A Entertainment director Clint Robertson.

He said Cindy who is also a NAMA Award nominee will for the first time be performing with a live band.

"Music fans will have an opportunity to enjoy the music of the three, who despite their different musical backgrounds, will have something for everyone, in what promises to be a good show," he said.

Tuku fresh from his tour of South Africa and Mozambique is expected to go a step higher and entertain his legions of fans.

The two, Cindy and Stunner who has been rocking the entertainment circles with their tunes and swag will ably complete Tuku.

The beauty about the show is that it will be a mid-party-gig, the only high profile event that will be rocking Harare and its environs.

"It's a rare opportunity for the fans of the three musicians to come and enjoy themselves for a good cause," said the

The C&A Entertainment is known for its reputation of inviting internationally accorded artist in the likes of Mavado, Sean Kingston, Mr Vegas, Elephant Man and Sasco.

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