The Sound and Light Concert organised by Entertainers Promotions at Sunbird Livingstonia in Salima on Saturday through to Sunday united artists.
The Great Angels Choir and Kamuzu Barracks offered gospel vibes on the night bringing people close to God.
During their performances The Great Angels Choir who were full of energy said they were happy to perform at the festival although they have received condemnation from some quarters.
“I just don’t know why we call some secular and others gospel. We have received criticism for performing at platforms like these as others deem them places for people who are on the wrong side but we are all sinners and so as a group we are happy to preach the word of God here,” said William Zonda.
The group missed the services of Ephraim Zonda, who is currently busy with preparations for his wedding scheduled for this coming weekend.
The Great Angels offered songs such as ‘Tadikira,’ and ‘Ndiyende.’
Master of ceremonies for the concert Kennedy Mkombezi said there was nothing like secular or gospel artists in the country saying even artists like Black Missionaries and Lucius Banda among others sing gospel.
Kamuzu Barracks Gospel Singers, who were energetic on stage and impressed with their song ‘Dzandiwolotseni,’ which they performed using several genres also said they were happy to perform at the concert and share the stage with fellow artists.
The past has seen some artists deeming themselves gospel artists refusing to share the stage with artists they deemed secular.
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