The U.K. based entertainment promotions company MFM Entertainment has set the bar high electing to showcase four of the current big names in Zimbabwean Gospel Music.
Speaking about the upcoming gospel show the spokesperson for MFM, Brilliant Pongo said.
“The ‘End of Year Gospel Show’ which is scheduled for the 29th of December 2018 will be packed with Zimbabwe’s current top gospel artists. We are doing something that has never been done before. As a new kid on the entertainment scene we have chosen to make an impact statement. We mean serious business we are going to provide only the best entertainment and quality. We are bringing four big names to one stage. We have secured all necessary contracts and plans are in place for the ‘End Of Year Gospel Show’. It is definitely a show not to be missed.”
The spokesperson for MFM entertainment went on to say “Our aim is to provide ravellers with wholesome entertainment suitable for the whole family. So do make a date for this exclusive one show at the Second City Suite in Birmingham.”
MFM Entertainment has secured four of Zimbabwe’s biggest gospel artists who need no introduction. Names such as Takesure Zamar-Ncube who was recently nominated for the Best of Africa Gospel in this year’s edition of SABC Crown Gospel Awards, is on the line up to perform at the End of Year Gospel Show.
Takesure Zamar brings much more than music to the stage. He is a renowned minister of the word in the AFM church, and has become a regular performer on the international scene. He has shared the musical experience with a number of artistes, including Solly Mahlangu amongst many others.
Takesure Zamar, cemented his status as a household name and an accomplished gospel artist in Zimbabwe and the region when he fronted the Worship addicts. Regional and international recognition soon followed when he recorded two songs with high-flying South African choir, Joyous Celebrations.
Another big name that is lined up for the December show in Birmingham UK is Mathias Mhere a dynamic and versatile gospel artist who has been causing rapturous waves in the locale gospel music circles.
Mhere recently exhilarated his audience at the Zimpraise International Gospel and Music Summer 2018 Festival at Harare Gardens with an electric and thrilling performance as he performed his trendsetting tracks Matables, Sahwira, Ziya Rangu and Jehovha that were spiced with energetic dances.
Also, on this line up is Tembalami a name which is anchored right at the heart of Zimbabwean Gospel. A ground breaking artist in his own right Tembalami, started singing in church at the age of 11. Music became his passion and at 19 years old, Tembalami cut his first studio recording as part of a gospel group called The Burning Bush. Soon after, he started a choir called ZimPraise with his best friend and five other musicians.
Zimpraise today is one of the most popular gospel choirs in the nation. Tembalami is known for producing hits such as “Brighter Day” and the track “Tomurumbidza” which was an instant hit on Youtube, exceeding half a million views and resultantly catapulted him to international stardom.
Award-winning gospel artist Sabastian Magacha, completes the Big four line up. Magacha has a string of hits that he has produced over the years, such as the mega hit 1+1.
Sebastian Magacha is a well-travelled artist who has performed across the world sharing the stage locally with artists such as Charles Charamba, Shingisai Suluma and Oliver Mutukudzi.
Magacha’s international portfolio is equally impressive he has shared the stage with the likes of Don McClurkin, Israel Houghton, Joyous Celebration, Keke from South Africa, Rebbecca Malope, Deborah Frazer, and Uche.
Speaking to Report Focus MFM Promotion spokesperson Brilliant Pongo, also said “we are impressed by the interest that the public has already started to express with regards this show.
Tickets are available at www.eventicket.co.uk or alternatively call 07484515397 for your tickets.”
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