The Observer (Kampala)

31 January 2013

Uganda: Cindy Launches Amateeka Tomorrow

Popularly known for her sensual dance moves in her videos, Cindy is going to show her finesse tonight at the Amateeka concert at Kati Kati bar and restaurant.

The concert, expected to be big, will be the artiste's first solo concert despite the fact that she has been singing since 2009 when she went solo. And she has been successful after breaking away from the girl group BLU*3.

She also says that the proceeds from the show will go to a local charity for disadvantaged children, Uganda Hands for Hope, Namuwongo. Charity comes easy for Cindy because she too was a beneficiary of Compassion International, which sponsored her education. And she is not taking any chances; she has hired the events giant Silk Events to ensure good music output, lights and a generally smooth show.

On her part, Cindy has promised a scintillating show that will include most of the songs she has belted out, right from her time in Blu*3 alongside her former group mates Jackie and Lilian. As a result, she will perform the entire collection of her hits, including Mbikooye, Ayokyayokya, One and Only, Love, Mungu Bwasalawo, Total Satisfaction, Side Dish and her latest hit single Amateeka - title track of her concert.

This night will also have another first with Cindy unveiling her new band at the Kati Kati concert. Thereafter, she will take the concert to Jinja tomorrow at Nile View Casino and Entebbe's Lido Beach on Sunday.

Cindy plans to then tour the US and Europe and it may come to pass because she has been bankrolled by top companies, Uganda Breweries, Coca-Cola and Jomayi Property Consultants.

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