New music video to benefit orphans

Lawrence Chitumba Arts Correspondent
Gospel outfit Celebration Choir has given their fans an exciting New Year gift with the release of their new music video of single from the album “Take Me Home”.

The video is from the song released in December as a complementary to the already ongoing fundraising project “Project Relocation” to relocate 60 orphans.

This new offering carries four tracks, two of which are bonus songs is billed to be one of the gems to be produced by Celebration Choir.

Led by music minister and veteran gospel composer and singer Pastor Bonnie Deuschle, Celebration Choir will certainly soar to new heights with their latest project.

This time Pastor Bonnie is joined by Celebrate Young and Jonathan Deuschle to create the tracks.

The music video and album follows another one launched in August last year titled “One True Lord”, which is also a complementary ongoing fundraising to relocate 60 orphans.

In February 2014, Pastor Tom Deuschle led a team of climbers up Mt Kilimanjaro to kick start the project, successfully summating and contributing to the project.

The full length documentary about the six-day climb was produced and premièred at SterKinekor to raise awareness and support for the project.

Celebration Choir has been in the industry for more than 30 years and has produced several albums.

Its leader, Pastor Bonnie, has been featured as one of the top 10 most influential women as well as an outstanding personality of gospel music in Zimbabwe.

She has received both national and international recognition as well as a number of life time achievement awards for her contribution to the development of Zimbabwean music.

She has shared the stage with established American artistes like Ron Kenoly, Donnie McClurkin, Lashell Griffin, and Nicole C Mullen.

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