ALL is set for the Oliver Mtukudzi and Sulumani Chimbetu show at the Bulawayo Amphitheatre tonight with organisers appealing to music lovers to turn out in their numbers to celebrate the life of Tuku through music.
Tuku and Sulu would be supported by local jazz sensation Jeys Marabini.
Sam Mataure, Tuku’s manager, told Southern Eye Lifestyle yesterday that Bulawayo music lovers should brace themselves for a scintillating show featuring Zimbabwe’s celebrated music superstar.
“We promise a good show. People should come out in numbers and help celebrate the life of Tuku. This show will be a countdown to the Tuku tribute concert in Harare next week,” Mataure said.
Joe Nyamungoma, Sulu’s manager, added his voice on tonight’s show.
“We are happy that we are coming back to Bulawayo and this time it is going to be big with Tuku. Like always, we will deliver,” Nyamungoma said.
Jorum Moyo, organiser of the show, said the gig would most likely be the biggest of this year in the city.
“We promise fans the best on the night, with a fusion of three different genrés,” he said
Samanyanga, Tuku’s other stage name derived from the elephant totem, will play some of his tracks backed by Sulu’s Orchestra Dendera Kings outfit.