Angola: Luanda Hosts Gospel Music Fair

Luanda — The courtyard of the Catholic church's Ecclesia Radio will host on December 06-08 a Gospel Music Fair, in an initiative that aims at showing the public the works being done by Angolan gospel musicians and to mark 57 years of the mentioned station in Angola.

According to the musician Nguito Pandas, who spoke to ANGOP on Wednesday, the intention is to enable greater interaction among gospel music artists.

"This is a way for gospel artists to show what they have been producing and also check how their works have been received by the pubic. We'll also use the three days of the fair to strengthen our faith in God, since our mission is to spread the gospel through music", he stressed.

He revealed that the event will exhibit the works of Miguel Buila, Gui Distino, Irma Joly, Irma Kati, Solange de Neri, Grupo Sir, Clarry, Zacarias Kameia, Bambila and Nguito Pandas.

The source informed that the organisers will also put on display Cds by artists that do not sing gospel, namely Zua, Mona dya Kid, MCK, Pensologo, Mutu Moxi, Anaveth, and Projecto Perspicuidade.

Also available in the spot will be the collection Top Gospel Ecclésia - Vol 1 and Hip Hop Ecclésia.

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