Andy Muridzo marks own territory
22 November 2016
CONTEMPORARY musician Andy Muridzo remains one of the most discussed subjects in showbiz.
While some still label him a ‘counterfeit’, his star continues to shine and his name is now being mentioned among the country’s crowd pullers.
The musician, who used to be a curtain raiser for big names, is now holding his own shows in the same vicinity with the so called big names.
H-Metro has been tracking his shows and the turnout is indeed pleasing, better than others who have slots in the debatable ‘Big Five’.
And to ascertain that he has graduated from being a boy to a man, Muridzo continues to hold solo shows with a special show organised at City Sports Bar in the capital this Friday.
Muridzo’s manager Simbarashe Nyaunga said this week’s show is a special thanks to their fans who have been supporting them.
He concurred that numbers at their shows are growing and they are expecting the same come Friday.
“We are very pleased with the support we’re getting from our fans and we appreciate.
“Our shows are improving and this show (City Sports Bar) on Friday means a lot to us. We decided to hold the show in the capital for convenience,” he said.
Muridzo was among the best performers at the Chipaz Birthday bash which was held last weekend and has promised just that come Friday.
Some of his songs Dherira and Chidhafu-Dhunda have become anthems in local pubs and are doing rotations at local radio stations.
He recently recorded a duet with Motswana songbird Charma Gal, a move aimed at penetrating the region.
“We will continue working hard, coming up with new stuff for our fans at each show and we just advice them to come in their numbers on Friday.”
He will be supported by dance groups.