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HARMONY IN THE GHETTO

ALL TOGETHER NOW: Shanti, Mosele and company in the grand finale

The Francistown leg of the Generations in Harmony concert provided revellers in the second city the chance to enjoy the Metropolitan sponsored show for the first time.

The annual music festival that has previously been a capital city affair, hit the spot as music lovers responded to the call to enjoy a night in the company of home grown legends Shanti Lo and Banjo Mosele as well young and emerging Sharon of My Star popularity, and Hip Hop artist Zeus.

Shanti dished out his usual high polished, high-energy performance with tracks from his best album award nominated Lorato, before branching out to cover the Gladys Knight classic “ End of the Road” and getting the audience singing along.

Banjo Mosele and his band also turned the clock back to the psychedelic 60’s with Jimi Hendrix style wigs and songs from the era, colourfully adding to the generations theme of the evening.

Young star Sharon moved a step higher with some Kalanga songs to the delight of most Ghetto dwellers, and a rendition of Marvin Gaye’s ‘Sexual Healing’ to the delight of most males dressed as she was in a figure squeezing black dress that shaped her body parts for maximum attention.

The hit show ended with a grand finale as

Shanti joined Banjo and company in a jam session that proved the perfect parting shot as they combined to do justice to Mosele’s classic signature tune

Ntsa e jele ntsanyana, to the appropriate acclaim of a well-satisfied audience.
FORTHCOMING ATTRACTIONS

Charming Charma Gal set to rock F/town
‘Prolific and mesmerizing’ are just two of the many words used to describe afro pop diva Magdalene Lesolebe-Mogwe of the ever rising Eke Ntolo who is to perform at BOCCIM Hall on Saturday.

The much-awaited family fun day will also feature traditional guru in Topito and rhumba giant Jeff Matheatau at an all-embracing festive show that promises to be an early Christmas present for fans.

Popularly known as Charma Gal, Magdalene has proved to be no one-hit wonder boasting a number of albums to her now famous name.
Hit songs that included the evergreen Matebele have attained the status of national anthems as the star takes her exciting show around the country.

The festive tour hits town this weekend after a successful shows in Orapa and Mahalapye.

MC Maswe and Franco come together

IN ACTION: Franco

MC Maswe (Thapelo Maleka) and Frank Lesokwane, better known as Franco, have joined forces again.

Franco and MC Maswe alongside his Beauty Queens have both announced that they are teaming up for concerts during this festive season and beyond.

The musicians used to be very good buddies but their alliance took a bit of a knock some time back reportedly over an issue involving money.

That according to the two is now ‘water under the bridge’ and united as one they are currently focusing on growing their musical brand.

Proving that money can’t buy you love MC Maswe is again embracing Franco as his ‘good brother’ and the two now ‘understand each other’ with both regretting the period spent not working together.


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