Family Voices, Iyasa to share stage with Tuku


LOCAL a cappella group Family Voices and Iyasa will share the stage with superstar Oliver Mtukudzi and Sulumani Chimbetu as the country gets into the festive mood.


The show being organised by Lussate Marketing is scheduled for December 13 at the Bulawayo Amphitheatre.

Kingston Lussate of Lussate Markerting, told Southern Eye Lifestyle that they have roped in local musicians for the December gig.

“We have included local artistes since the show is being held in the city and we felt that locals should be given a chance to showcase their talents as well.

“This is an initiative to support and promote local talent and we hope this will go a long way in the music industry and also in making local products known out there,” Lussate said.

Family Voices is affiliated to the Family of God Church which has produced the likes of Eric Moyo, Victor Adams and Mkhululi Bhebhe, who is with South Africa’s Joyous Celebration.

Iyasa is well known for its highly energetic dances and has widely travelled internationally.

Lussate urged artists to keep in touch with promoters.

“Artistes should also reach out to promoters and present their works.

“As for us, we are still new in the industry and we are calling out for musicians to come through, approach us so that we work together,” he added.

The Tuku-Sulu collaboration, both on stage and in the studio is nothing short of magic.

Their last dance with Bulawayo fans at Amphitheatre in September saw top-class performances from the two.

The Sulu-Tuku duet has produced Kwedu also known as Kata, which is on Sulu’s award-winning album Non-Stop.