I LEARN FROM OTHERS – MACHESO
5 December 2018
ALICK Macheso says he pays attention to young artistes despite being a household name in showbiz.
He made this revelation ahead of his clash with man of the moment Baba Harare and Peter Moyo at the Premier Tobacco Auction Floors on December 14.
Dubbed “Bye Bye 2018 – Chero Wandisiya Ndiri Mupenyu”, the trio is set to exchange notes under one roof as we bid farewell to the eventful 2018.
And following all the hype which has been made, Macheso says he respects young artistes for their exploits.
“Macheso is one such an artistes who has an open door policy and he do respects young artistes as he believes he can also learn from them.
“As you are aware, we are going to hold a show with Baba Harare and Peter Moyo on the 14th of December at Premier Tobacco Auction Floors.
“It’s a show where the best of both generations in sungura will be sharing the stage under one roof,” said Orchestra Mberikwazvo publicist, Tich Makahamadze.
Macheso, who has just returned from a successful tour of South Africa, said the December 14 show was a bit special to their camp.
“This particular show we are holding along with Peter Moyo and Baba Harare, marks the beginning for the festive season for us.
“From that show, it will be no stop sungura and we urge fans to show up in numbers as mark the beginning of a special season,” he added.
For Baba Harare, the show affords him the platform to bid farewell to his fans ahead of his UK tour.
He has been invited in the Queendom as a guest at the Young Achievers Awards to be held on December 22.
Baba Harare is also set to sample some of his new songs off his forth-coming album Ramba Wakadzvanya due to release early next year.
For Peter Moyo, who has never disappointed at such platforms, he is simply tipped to showcase what he is good at.
Without fear or favour, Peter is unquestionably best sungura performer although he is yet to come up with a hit song.
He has fitted well in his late father Tongai Moyo’s shoes in as far as choreography goes.
Event organisers said all was in place and the show was meant to give people strength as we bid farewell to the year 2018, which had it challenges.
According to event organisers, there is need to merry-make to ensure that we forget our sorrows during such trying times.
Ever since the show organisers advertised the show, the euphoria has since gripped many sungura lovers who cannot wait for this event.
Fans will have to fork out $10 for the ordinary ticket and $20 for VIP.
It starts at 8pm till very late.