Bringing back the good old day: Paul Banda, Overton Chimombo to share stage

Fans of the good old music timers such as Paul Banda, Billy Kaunda, Overton Chimombo, San B and others will be treated to a feast of a series of gospel shows this festive season courtesy of Mingoli Music promotions.

Paul Banda

Paul Banda

In an interview with Malawi News Agency (Mana) Director for Mingoli Music Promotions Peter Mulangeni said Zomba fans should get ready because they will witness the legendary Paul Banda and his colleagues tear up the stage at Gynkana Club on Boxing Day on December 26.

He added that the second show will follow on December 27Th at Robins Park in Blantyre before hitting a climax at Sheaffer gardens in the City of Lilongwe on New Year’s Day.

“These shows are one of its kind because in a short while we will try to reach out to three districts and the artists have promised to entertain fans with all the songs that made them who they are now in the early 90s and early 2000s; so we ask the fans to come in their large numbers and patronize these shows,” said Mlangeni.

He said patrons will have to cough K1500 per head with the shows starting from 10a.m. till 8p.m. adding Premier Bus Company buses will be available to ferry people after the shows in all the venues.

He said while some people consider the “golden oldies” artists as outdated it is still good for society to remember their past while enjoying they grew up listening to.

Also performing at the shows include Isaac Liwotcha, Lucius Banda, Mlaka Maliro, Kamuzu Barrack gospel singers, Senga Bay CCAP singers, Mighty POV, Peter Sambo, Favoured Martha, and Thoko Katimba, according to Mlangeni.

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8 thoughts on “Bringing back the good old day: Paul Banda, Overton Chimombo to share stage”

  1. Oliver Twist says:

    Mr. Super Mario, how old are you? This is not the page to express your political frustrations, maybe you don’t know the difference between music and politics. Music unites people of all spheres. It is unfair to mix regionalism with music. Let us keep quite if we have nothing to contribute rather than showing our level of IQ to the masses. Northeners are also human beings just as you are, whether from the centre or the south. .

  2. Amuna muna Paul Banda, sailiti ya ulemu kwanu. A Malawi yonse timakukondani. Mulungu mwini wake akudalitseni. Mulungu akupatseni moyo wautaili ndi banja lanu lonse Paul. San b ndi a Chimombo chisakho chabwino . Takunyaditani nonse.

  3. zatha says:

    If these shows materialise, we will realy have a good tym and what a way to wind up 2015!

    Can u consider bringing in George Mkandawire if he can manage! Plz

  4. Bwino says:

    The number of the artists to perform is too high! Either the organisers are lying or the shows will be chaotic and disappointing….

  5. super mario says:

    Ku Muzuzu sakayimba yayi??????? OOOOO ndinayiwala!!!!!!!!!! kumeneko ndi kunja paja ofunika ma visa anthuwa kuti akayimbe kumeneko. Anthu nonse akumpoto mungosamuka basi mubwere kuno.

  6. Mwene Wa Mwene says:

    Sir Paul Banda father and founder of balaka music..

  7. Oliver Twist says:

    Ntchindi kwa waDada wa Paul Banda, Ntchindi kwa wa Overton Chimombo, Ntchindi kwa waDada wakuchindikika wa Billy Kaunda na wanyakhe wa kwimba wa kale lithu. Nati nimuongeni chomeni nanga uli nizamukuwapo chara chifukwa nili across the boarder the whole xmas na Nyuweri. Tawanyakhe taruwanga viwi yayi ntchito yose iyo mwagwiranga kumanyuma uku. Kufuma ku ma 80s mpaka sono. Nati niwonge kuti yewo chomeni. Wa Chiuta wankhongono zose wamupeni umoyo wamuyirayira.

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