Bob ‘Donki’ Nyabinde to rock Bulawayo

AFTER a long absence from the City of Kings, legendary Afro-jazz singer Bob Nyabinde, popularly known as the Headmaster, will return to Bulawayo for a show on Saturday at the Cape to Cairo International Restaurant.

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Nyabinde will give his fans a taste of his new stuff from his latest and fourth album titled Anzwa Hama, which also carries tracks such as Vanonakidza, whose video is already showing on ZBC.

Fans should expect something new from Nyabinde and his band, as he will be supported by his two sons Aggabu and Albert, who have followed their father’s footsteps.

Aggabu confirmed the show, saying that they were happy and grateful to get a chance once again to quench the thirst that the Bulawayo fans have for their music.

Nyabinde’s latest offering carries nine tracks plus a bonus song, which is an instrumental and it features veteran Philip Svosve on the saxophone.

“This show comes after the group has matured to a much better entity. We are really prepared to give our fans a memorable show and also our new material from the latest album Anzwa Hama,” Aggabu added.

Nyabinde broke into the music circles in 2002 with the album Pane Nyaya, which was a success and proved to be a favourite both to the old and young.

On the first album Pane Nyaya Nyabinde featured his son Aggabu who was only six years old then, now Aggabu is doing well with his partner Itai Sekeremo also a poet.

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