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Jah Prayzah’s appeal to various ages has seen him staging family shows every Sunday at various venues in and outside the capital. On Sunday he goes to Richwood Sports Club in Mabelreign for another family show as he takes the campaign to another level. The musician has promised a good show at the venue where he featured as a guest performer at Suluman Chimbetu’s National Arts Merit Awards celebratory party recently.

Richwood Sports Club manager Wanisai Mutandwa, popularly known as Mahwindo, said their venue would stage more family shows after the Jah Prayzah gig.

“We have hosted a few family shows before and we are going to have more of the shows beginning this Sunday. Jah Prayzah appeals to various ages and he has been successful at most of his family shows and that is why we have decides to bring him for the family show,” said Mawhindo.

“We have various activities for children on the day and Jah Prayzah will share the stage with Potifa Mopo. We are looking forward to a big event.”

Jah Prayzah said he is on a mission to market his album that will be launched on May 22 and he has been performing some of the songs from the upcoming release. “We are presenting the upcoming release to everyone. We maintain messages that appeal to people of various ages in our songs and we have something for everyone. Our family shows have been popular and we hope people from around Mablereign will come to Richwood for a good afternoon out on a Sunday.”

Richwood Sports Club has hosted a number of family shows featuring the likes of Oliver Mtukudzi, Sulu and The Charambas.

Source : The Herald

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