The son of the late sungura giant Tongai Moyo, Peter, put up a scintillating performance on Friday night in a show that saw multitudes of fans coming to watch the Young Igwe perform in Bulawayo.
The event was kick-started by former Alick Macheso’s Orchestra Mberikwazvo band members now going by the name Extra Kwazvose.
The moment Extra Kwazvose went on stage, fans got onto their feet. Extra Kwazvose gave way to the Young Igwe at midnight.
The crowd went into frenzy when he took to the stage with some revellers jostling to give the artiste a hand shake.
The tempo and the quality of music increased and revellers danced throughout the night.
Moyo said he was grateful as Bulawayo fans continued to support him as he tried to keep his father’s legacy alive.
“I am happy that the people of Bulawayo have continued to support me as I am trying to preserve my father’s legacy,” he said.
“My father played in Bulawayo more often than in other towns.
“I thank the people of Bulawayo for the support they have given the band whenever we come to town.”
However, commercial sex workers spoiled the fun for some revellers as they terrorised fellow female patrons accusing them of taking their potential customers away.
Three female patrons were assaulted by commercial sex workers outside the venue.
The women were saved by their male counterparts who started beating up the group of sex workers.