BY KENNETH NYANGANI
MUSIC promoter and businessman Lovemore Mandimutsira is living no stone unturned in bringing the country’s most sought-after musicians at his Mandel Night Club in Watsomba when he hosts men of the moment Alick Macheso and Freeman early next month.
The pair, which is rocking the music industry with their latest offering Ngaibake, off Freeman’s album titled Gango, will perform at Watsomba — a growth point 42km outside Mutare.
The show is a welcome event for the two musicians who are currently having shows in Australia.
Mandimutsira is proving to be a darling of music followers in that part of the country after he successfully hosted Jah Prayzah and Jah Signal recently.
The show was meant to celebrate his 40th birthday and it drew a full house.
Mwandimutsira is recently scooped the Rural Businessperson of the Year second runner-up award organised by the Zimbabwe National Chamber of Commerce — Manicaland province chapter.
“We learnt a lot from the last show and we would want to guarantee revellers that this is going to be a show never to miss,” he said.
“We are going to beef up security because we had problems with some hooligans who wanted to disturb merry makers.
“My main idea is to plough back to the community and bring my rural area on the map. l want to market Watsomba because it is a scenic area which outsiders enjoys to be,” he said.
Macheso confirmed the show, urging fans to come in their numbers.
“I call upon all music lovers to come to Watsomba for a fun-filled night. We promise your more from us,” he said.