Award-winning gospel outfit, Ndirande Anglican Voices, are back in Blantyre to dish out the best at Comesa Hall in Malawiâ€™s commercial city, Blantyre, this Sunday afternoon.
The show, dubbed-a must watch by some gospel pundits, seeks to entertain its starved Blantyre-based gospel fans.
Director of music, Denis Kalimbe, said there will be a lot of music and fun at Comesa.
Kalimbe said the group was not launching an album, as many had speculated, but only celebrating with its fans.
Artists expected to attend the function include Thocco Katimba, Allan Chirwa, Favoured Sisters and Anglican Melodies.
â€œThe contributing artists will perform six songs each, and right now, they are busy rehearsing for the function,â€ explained Kalimbe. â€œWe want to give our fans a performance they will never forget.â€
On their part, the Ndirande Anglican Voices have prepared to give free CDs/tapes of Ndasamba Mâ€™manja to fans as a token of thanks. However, Kalimbe said the albums will be given at random, and some fans may not receive the gift.
â€œI should emphasise on this one â€“ not everyone will receive the album because we know our fans may end up disappointed if they do not receive it. We will choose people from our group who will distribute the Ndasamba Mâ€™manja album at random.â€
Kalimbe said the choir will perform eight songs from their three albums: Ndasamba Mâ€™manja, Tiyeni Tonse and Mulungu Amatikondera. He said four of the songs to be performed will be from Tiyeni Tonse.
â€œCharges will be K600 per head. We expect a lot of our fans to come to this celebration,â€ said Kalimbe.