Sophia Chese Arts Correspondent
Celebrated musician Bob “The Headmaster” Nyabinde is set to prove that he is still in the game as he is set to perform at Bar Rouge at Longcheng Plaza in the capital tomorrow.
This is Nyabinde’s first show this year after having last performed on New Year’s Eve.
In an interview, Nyabinde said the show is set to prove that music is his life and has never hanged the guitar.
“We are still in the industry just that maybe we have never been doing the right way in terms of marketing our shows since we were mostly using the electronic way but we have never stopped performing, the whole of 2015 we were having shows and Saturday’s show will prove that,” he said.
He added that they are promising a night to remember as their performance is a unique one since they will be interacting more with the fans.
“When we perform we always do our best as we will be interacting with fans since it will be more of a presentation,” he said.
On the other hand Bar Rouge Entertainment manager Sheba Motsi said they are honoured to be hosting The Headmaster’s first show in 2016 saying they are optimistic that he will deliver.
“Our venue is mostly for a mature audience and the Headmaster is one of the perfect artistes for our venue so we are expecting nothing but the best from him,” she said.
Nyabinde hogged the limelight with his song “Chabuda Hapana” and buoyed by the popularity of the first offering, a second album, “Ndiratidze”, was released in 2004, followed by “Teerera” in 2006.
Although no new album has been released since then, The Headmaster has often been seen performing at various private and public functions around the country.
At the same time, his involvement in the country’s educational activities could not go unnoticed.
He released a single “Mombe YeMavhu” in December last year and he is set to perform it for the first time tomorrow.