Revellers in the Lower Shire will, over the weekend, be entertained by forgotten reggae musician Charles Nsaku who has lined up several performances.
Backed by Ali Kutauni Sounds, Nsaku has planned performances today at Sport 9 at Dyeratu and Awonenji Motel at Ngabu in Chikwawa the following day.
The artist says the Chikwawa shows are aimed at entertaining music lovers who were affected by floods.
“I am going to the Lower Shire for performances for my friends who were affected by floods. As a nation, we are all affected. I will entertain with the intention of relieving their stress,” he said.
Nsaku said he will also use his tour of the Lower Shire to visit some victims to appreciate the magnitude of the damage.
“I will also utilise my stay to appreciate the problems people of Dyeratu and Ngabu are facing. Through music, I will take the message out there so that more donors can come to their rescue,” said Nsaku.
He will share stages with his brother, Davie and Katerera Ching’oma.
“I am hopeful that our dances will soothe the people considering that Katerera’s songs have a strong listenership in the area. We are geared to do the best,” he added.
The musician, who is in the final stages of recording his new album Nkhanza, said he will also perform some of his new songs so that his fans have a feel of the music.