Accappella group The Spiritual Brothers will on Sunday celebrate its 10th anniversary at Robin’s Park in Blantyre.
It will be a busy Sunday, though, with activities at several venues.
At Blantyre Cultural Centre (BCC), less than two kilometres from Robin’s Park, there will be Kwathu Drama Group while, at St Pius Hall, Alleluya Band would be spicing up the launch of DVDs for Father Augustine Kaliu.
But members of Spiritual Brothers said the other events were different.
Their event will also feature performances from Joyful Souls, All for One and Chronicles from Lilongwe.
“It is of course not healthy to have many shows in the same city and very close but there is nothing we can do about it. Again, the events are of different in nature. We just call upon people to come in large numbers to be part of this celebration,” one of the members, Harris Kamwendo, said.
He said 10 years were not an easy journey.
“It has been an exciting journey and God has been there for us,” Kamwendo said.
The Spiritual Brothers started as a singing group in 2009.
Members also run a ministry.
Kamwendo said they minister to people with different attitudes.
“Some of them are our fellow youths who don’t take us seriously and always judge us from our backgrounds. But each time, the good Lord sees us through and strengthens us to go forward,” he said.
The Spirituals released their debut album Ndani Yemwe Angathe in 2014 before dropping the second Njira Yatsopano in 2018.
“We are working on music videos and we hope to finish off everything soon,” Kamwendo, who is the group’s spokesperson said.
Other members of the Seventh Day Adventist group include Chifuniro Moses, Francis Singani, Wellington Mpungula, Levis Seyani and Lovemore Danger.