Rangers Gardens in Westlea will host a family show that will feature dendera exponents Suluman Chimbetu and Peter Moyo on Sunday
The club which is located opposite Westlea Primary School was officially opened last month and is fast gaining popularity.
This weekend will see the Young Igwe, as Moyo is fondly known, resuming live performances after a three week break. His manager Sukol Dube said they had time to perfect their stage work.“We had time to improve on our dances and stage management so we are coming back in full force,” said Dube.He said they will be sampling songs from their coming album that will be released before mid year.
“We have already started practising new album and we will be sampling some of the songs at our shows,” he said.Dube said the year started on a high note as they have already been booked for a show in South Africa in February.On the other hand Chimbetu who officially opened the bar with Somandla Ndebele last month is expected to give a well polished act.Since the unveiling of his new album “Gunship” the musician has been drawing crowds.Joe Nyamungoma the musician’s publicist said it was an honour to be working with Moyo.“Sulu has worked well with Tongai and that explains why we are happy to be working with the young musician,” he said.He said they are already geared up for the show. “We have realised how patrons are gaining confidence at the new joint since we opened it and we just decided to team up with Moyo for another show,” he said.Nyamungoma urged fans to come in their numbers at the show to witness a show that will be full of surprises.Promoters of the show said they were happy that the two musicians have shown their commitment in performing at the venue.