MAJAHAWODWA Ndlovu, aka Jeys Marabini, has promised an unforgettable evening when he stages his acoustic show at indaba book café in Bulawayo.
The organiser of the acoustic show, Tswarelo Mothobe, told Southern Eye Lifestyle that instead of a high energy and up-tempo music show, the Saturday show, which kicks off at 5:30pm, will be laid back and relaxed.
Dubbed “Jeys Marabini Acoustic”, it would feature Dumisani Moyo — also known as Ramadu — who is part of Insingizi, an a capella group based in Austria, Othnell Mangoma, a percussionist based in Harare who plays instruments such as the cymbal and the shaker and Mthabisi Moyo, a lead-guitarist.
“We want to reach a wider audience therefore the shift to composed Afro-jazz with a traditional feel,” said Ndlovu.
“All are invited to this show which follows the release of an album titled Silo,” .
The 11-track album released in September 2013, was recorded at 10th District Music Studio.