By Sam Banda Jnr:
Ethno-musician Waliko Makhala goes back to Jacaranda Cultural Centre (JCC) in Blantyre tonight to give people a treat of his ‘Bush Music’.
Waliko dubs his music Bush because “it is uncivilised” and “it is the sound from our ancestors”.
In some of his songs, Waliko uses folktales and engages the audience through question-and-answer sessions.
The concert will see Waliko sharing the stage with Spare Fingers.
Waliko and Spare Fingers also shared the stage at this year’s Lilongwe Jazz Festival held in August.
“This is music from our ancestors, music that involves everyone and one enjoys it to the fullest. So people should come and be part of it,” Waliko said Thursday.
The ethno-musician will be performing with Jalawe Band.
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