Diehard fans of the Jamaican Reggae band Morgan Heritage are set to witness the historical event happen live in Malawi on December 27 at Silver stadium in Lilongwe.
One of the highly anticipating fans is William Kunotha from Mzuzu who said he will not miss the show for he has been a fan of the band for nearly two decades.
“This is a lifetime opportunity, the band is legendary and a force to be reckoned with in the reggae industry in Jamaica and the world, to have them performing on Malawian soil is an honor to reggae lovers in the country,” he said.
Another eagerly waiting fan is Maziko Banda who said the only setback was the high price of K10, 000 which in his words said was too high for an average Malawian at this time of the year when everyone is busy buying Farm inputs since it is rainy season.
“Am excited about the show but am still raising funds to attend the show but if worse comes to worst I will not manage to attend,” he explained.
On a photo that was posted on December 11, on their official page on Facebook called “The Royal Family of Reggae Morgan Heritage,” the post read “Malawi worry not thyself because other international artists have canceled there shows this year. Born African Productions have ensured our arrival in Lilongwe. The post received Two thousand likes from fans.
Malawian fans commented on the post with one Anold Kachimanga “Malawi is the home of the Royal Family of Reggae family, they are coming back to their home, we welcome you Morgan Heritage.”
Another comment was from Innocentino Nkhata who said it was a once in a life time event.
Morgan Heritage is a reggae band formed in 1994 by five children of reggae artist Denroy Morgan namely: Peter “Peetah” Morgan, Una Morgan, Roy “Gramps Morgan, Nakhamyah “Lukes” Morgan and Memmalatel “Mr Mojo” Morgan. In two decades, they have had a number of successful reggae albums.
Globally known as the “Royal Family of Reggae Morgan Heritage have established themselves as the premiere live group on the reggae circuit.
After respective solo careers and music ventures of their own over the last five years, Morgan Heritage returned in 2015 with their ground breaking album “Strictly roots.”
According to Gramps Morgan Roots Reggae is alive and well outside of the Island of Jamaica, Gramps passionately declares as he expounds on the bands continued commitment to heal the world through music.
“We are a lot more confident and mature than what you heard five years ago,” explains Gramps Morgan. He applauds the album’s catchy hooks, impressive features and infectious riddims.-ManaFollow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :