18 January 2013

Zambia: B1 Lights Up Nevada Eastpoint

BARELY a month after officially opening to the public, Club Nevada Eastpoint in Chilenje last weekend defied the January jinx by attracting a good audience that was entertained by B1.

Bruce Simbalangwa, a.k.a B1, became the first artist to perform at the refurbished and well-furnished club after it was abandoned by Club Vegas management.

Good sound, conducive surroundings, open-air stage and tight security, is what you expect when you go to Eastpoint Nevada and while B1 was at it the crowd also had a choice to either watch the Perfecto singer or dance the night away upstairs; fully packed entertainment indeed.

But the main attraction was the performance of B1 who was accompanied by his eccentric dancer, Kanayo and upcoming diva Kavia. The artiste who has made it a trend to go late for shows pitched up after midnight but the fans had no problem with that as they were prepared to spend the night with him at the pub.

B1 performed songs from his previous album and the latest effort making sure that no revellers went home without listening to their favourite songs from him.

Clad in his trademark black trousers, black shirt and a black blazer, the Sikiriti Ku Bed star had an awesome night with his fans that he interacted with and danced with throughout his performance.

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