Byo Jam ses­sions mark solid base

Chronicle (Zimbabwe) - - Entertainment - Nh­lal­wenhle Ng­wenya Show­biz Cor­re­spon­dent

THE third edi­tion of Jam ses­sions will be held at a new venue — Club 263 in Bu­l­awayo — to­day as the live show is pro­gres­sively draw­ing solid lines in the city’s night life.

Meant to pro­mote lo­cal up­com­ing artistes, the Jam ses­sions were launched at Ce­cil Ho­tel hall, but had to be moved to a more cen­tral venue.

The sec­ond edi­tion of the show proved to be a mile­stone as the cor­po­rate world and bud­ding artistes were part of it.

This week the Jam ses­sions will be graced by 14 artistes who in­clude rap­per Gu­luva7, Babongile Skhon­jwa, Soul Prince, Donna N, Hwabaraty, Delukes MKZ, Sir Palmer, Khuliyo, SOS Kad­der Khoikhoi, Nyasha, Barry ‘Nh­lam­bex Changa, Sky Beezy and Mk. En­trance to the show will be pegged at $1 be­fore 8PM and $2 there­after.

Co­or­di­na­tor of Jam Ses­sions, Nku­l­uleko Nkala was up­beat yesterday.

“This is very promis­ing as you can see our line-up gets in­ter­est­ing every time we hold the live show. This is the plat­form to but­tress the point that in­deed Bu­l­awayo has tal­ent,” said Nkala.

“Af­ter notic­ing that Ce­cil Ho­tel was a bit far from city cen­tre we de­cided to bring the show to Club 263 where ev­ery­one can eas­ily ac­cess the show. We are pos­i­tive that this time around we are go­ing to hit the right note, as we pro­mote lo­cal tal­ent,” he said.

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