MUSIC superstar Oliver Mutukudzi is expected to mesmerise his legion of fans in a compensatory show at the Large City Hall in Bulawayo tonight.
Tuku was billed to perform alongside South African star Ringo Mandlingozi at the same venue last month in a pre-Valentine’s bash, but could not make it due to reported illness.
Groove Entertainment director and show organiser Nkululeko Sibanda said all systems were in place for the show, which the Afro-jazz guru has promised would be value for money.
“I was talking to Tuku and his manager; they have promised to give fans a good show and all is in place,” Sibanda said.
Tuku will share the stage with dendera star Sulumani Chimbetu.
The two would be sharing the stage for the first time in the City of Kings and the Batai Mhunu hitmaker is expected to increase the tempo of the show with his fast-paced music in what is sure to be a top drawer performance.
Sulu, as he is affectionately known, has a clean record of not disappointing in Bulawayo and is known for electrifying performances filled with exuberance and a marvel to watch.
The super charged superstar has promised fans a good outing, according to show organisers.
Tuku has a long and rich music history and has toured the world, winning several international awards. He has more than 60 albums under his belt.
Sulu has proved to be a force in the country’s entertainment scene for the past five years with tracks and renditions of late father’s songs.