Annemarie, Sauzande to ‘wine’ at HS Winehouse


Singer and guitarist Annemarie Quinn and comedian Sauzande return to HS Winehouse in Blantyre on Sunday to offer music and comedy.

Sauzande’s second coming to the entertainment hub, which has opened up to artists, would see her starring alone unlike the first appearance when he performed with Ching’aning’ani.

The first showdown was more of a challenge for Sauzande real name Gift Lizakuwe and other acts since it was the first performance that opened up activities at HS Winehouse four weeks ago but the second outing will bring an experienced comedian ready to rock.


For Annemarie, who is from the United Kingdom but is based in the country, she returns barely a week after playing curtainraiser in last weekend’s line-up of musician Faith Mussa and legendary poet Benedicto Wokoma-atani Malunga.

In fact Annemarie was not billed to perform last Sunday but was asked to star after the host Taddja Nkhonjera noticed her presence during the show.

She accepted to offer one track backed by drummer Omex Chimpeni before being asked to dish out her second by public demand.


Annemarie who is a music teacher at Jacaranda School for Orphans in Blantyre said last week it was the first time for her to perform at HS Winehouse.

“It’s nice to perform once again after a long break due to Covid. This is a good venue and I am happy that performances are now coming back to the stage,” she said.

Her second performance at the venue would offer her a chance to perform more songs from her album Blue Sky Thinking which she launched in January. The album features several local artists including Faith Mussa and Agorosso.

HS Winehouse publicist Emmanuel Maliro has since hailed people for patronising the activities since they started.

“We have been motivated by the support we have received since we started. We are here to give people the much needed entertainment and at the same time offer the stage to our artists who have been on a break for long. We are also mindful of the fact that the situation has not yet normalised and so we continue to follow the Covid precautionary measures,” Maliro said.

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