Faith Mussa, who continues to make steady progress in his music career, will tomorrow entertain fans at Jacaranda Cultural Centre (JCC) in Blantyre.
Tagged Faith Mussa Unplugged, the show was supposed to take place today but due to demonstrations it had to be shifted to tomorrow.
The musician, who has been nominated in this year’s Nyasa Music Awards (NMAs) in the categories of Best Gospel Artist and Best Acoustic Artist, said he was prepared for the show.
“This is a different set all together and I will give people a unique concert,” Faith said.
He said initially the show was supposed to be purely acoustic before turning into a one-man band concert.
The musician is currently also finalising his Mdidi album which he is destined to launch in August or September.
“Mdidi has been recorded in a lot of studios and this is because I wanted to get the best sound. I am finalising a couple of videos,” he said.
His manager, Samuel Chiwaka, said Faith will be supported by the Jaca Twisters during the show.
“The Jaca Twisters are an incredible dancing troupe from Jacaranda School for Orphans so it will be great for fans to come and see them perform with Faith,” Chiwaka said.
JCC and Maison de la France Deputy Director, Daisy Belfield, said Faith is a top musician.
“Faith is one of the talented musicians in the country and we are happy to have him at JCC,” Belfield said.
She said Faith has been rehearsing with Jaca Twisters.
“It is very exciting for Jacaranda School and this should add a whole new layer to the concert. This should be a very dynamic and diverse event, and we call upon people to come and be part of this event,” Belfield said.
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