20 November 2018

Zimbabwe: Vine Music to Launch Debut Album

Gospel lovers are in for a treat this festive season as music outfit Vine Music will release their debut album titled "Musandipfuure" at a concert on Sunday.

The concert will be held at the Harare International Conference Centre early evening.

"We are going to be supported by a full 40piece orchestra set, opera singers and a live band from South Africa. Furthermore, we will have surprise acts from South African gospel greats who will perform on the day. This will be a first in the gospel industry in Zimbabwe for an Acapella group to perform accompanied by such musical excellence," said Duduzile Amanda Ngwenya, the spokesperson of the group.

Ngwenya said since this is a free concert, people are encouraged to book in advance so as to secure a seat.

"The concert will be a free concert and people can visit our website, social media platforms for a link to book their tickets and secure a seat. This will enable a smooth flow of logistics on the day of the event. The concert will begin at exactly 17:00hrs since we are working with an orchestra and they work on an hourly basis," she added.

The Vine Music was formed in 2014 and is affiliated to the Harare City Centre Seventh day Adventist Church. As a music group its mandate is to spread the gospel of a soon coming saviour Jesus Christ.

The Vine consists of 15 musician's pianists, sound engineers and singers all included who reside in Harare.

"Our ministry is an attempt bridge the praise and worship experience gap and bring a solemn sound supported by instruments within our Adventist culture of music. In the 4 years that we have been in this ministry we have travelled extensively within the SADC region," added Ngwenya

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