|Tryson, Gasa unite for Zimunhu act|
|Friday, 03 August 2012 00:00|
TWO of the country’s talented young musicians Tryson Chimbetu and Romeo Gasa will prove why they deserve the attention they are getting when they take their combined act to Zimunhu Bar in Epworth tomorow.
Tryson returns to the joint by popular demand following his impressive performance a few months ago, while Gasa will be making his maiden appearance at the venue.
Both artistes are currently on top of their game and have been attracting huge crowds to their shows with their polished acts.
And what a show Epworth folk should expect when the duo alternate on stage to showcase the stuff they are made of.
Tryson has been thrilling music lovers with his refined dendera music which has seen him being called one of the refined dendera musicians ever to emerge from the Chimbetu family.
Gasa, on the other hand, has been buoyed by the success of his latest album “Simbi Hombe” which is doing well both on the music charts as well as live shows.
Gasa’s performance at Zimunhu Bar is also part of his countrywide tours in which he is promoting the album and this will be the first time that revellers in Epworth will sample the release.
“We expect this to be an explosive show. Tryson is coming back to Epworth after having previously come and conquered. You know that Tryson, ever since being weaned from the likes of Alick Macheso, hasn’t looked back and has since become his own man.
“Not to be outdone is Romeo Gasa, whom many people in Epworth have been asking to come and perform in their backyard,” Luckson Zimunhu, the organiser of the show, said.
Dance group Syndicate Girls will also showcase their dancing skills when they perform at the same show.