Malawian music legend Giddes Chalamanda to live the American dream

Malawian legendary local musician Giddes Chalamanda will live the American dream.

Giddes Chalamanda to perform in US

Giddes Chalamanda to perform in US

The octogenarian of the Line song fame will realise his dream courtesy of his managers Edger Kachere and Davis Njobvu who have facilitated the Chiradzulu born and bred musician to visit United  States.

Njobvu disclosed that Chalamanda aged 84 would visit and perform in US.

He said well wishers had offered to sponsor Malawi’s oldest acoustic musician.

But he did not give details regarding when they leave to visit and perform in the US.

“I am glad to announce that I and Davis will manage to fulfill his dream of visiting America. As he had sung in Buffalo soldier,” Njobvu said.

“In the song he made an appeal that if he had enough money he would go to America.”

He hailed the musician of taking good care of himself to still be strong.

“Giddes is still strong and gives his all when performing on stage.

“Off course at his age he cannot be as energetic as when he was young. Sometimes we fear that he might collapse while performing but he has remained strong,” he said.

Edgar ndi Davis as the duo is popularly known engaged Chalamanda as their promoter by performing together.

Through Edgar and Davis, Chalamanda has benefited from the partnership.

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12 thoughts on “Malawian music legend Giddes Chalamanda to live the American dream”

  1. TONY says:

    i like the move

  2. Ambuje Kukaya says:

    Giddes Chalamanda living his dream/ wish. “He wished he had enough money to go to America.” He’s got is now.

  3. chimms says:

    Gud news Giddes. Enjoy the trip

  4. Yohane says:

    Koma Edgar azimai awiri uwakwatira bwanji wekha. Patricia ndasowa komano nachithidzi wa ku Malawi housing. Azimai kutengeka.

  5. Fabiano says:


  6. khal drogo says:

    not bad, but personally i’d rather you give the old man the cash. so he goes, sees, comes back then what? continues with his hard existance? c’mon guys.

  7. Pastor Zakhali says:

    Edgar ndi Davis school inakupindulirani kwambiri. Pano ndinu phindu kwa ena. Timakunyadilani.

  8. obanda says:

    when I have have enough money, I would have gone to america

  9. Ya_smoothDJ says:

    This is good news. Never say never

  10. Ku Dowa says:

    That’s why i like music than soccer,84 years you can still playing you Gitara,Keyboard,Banjo and sing songs of Worship,Teaching,Advising, Encouraging and Entertaining. While soccer player kikkkkk at that age i don’t think you can run chasing the ball ask Mr Kinnah, he cant that’s why he just point fingers where he want you to go. All the best Mr Giddes, just prepare yourself anthu amene mukawapeze kumekowo amadana ndi mano ya yellow choncho ngakhale kwacha ikumagwa ngati Nyenje tatolaniko ka Tooth brush fast fast kweche kweche msanga msanga mano mbee zikatelo yonse kawawa!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  11. Peter says:

    The sooner the better. After that, Giddes should take break, and possibly play low key. He has done his part. Nanunso Kachere ndi Njobvu, you have done a wonderful job. You have been selfless. You deserve special recognition!

  12. Kamtse says:

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