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Twanga Pepeta to introduce new musicians on Valentine Day Tabata

8th February 2011
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The famous African Stars Band ``Twanga Pepeta``

 

The famous African Stars Band “Twanga Pepeta” will introduce their new musicians at the Dodoma Wine Valentine Concert set for February 14 at Da West Park, Tabata.

The concert is organized by Bob Entertainment under the sponsorship of Dodoma Wine and Freditto Entertainment.

The director of the band, Asha Baraka, said yesterday that they would use the lovers’ day to introduce new musicians to the public including rappers and dancers. “Valentine Day will be a special day for us to introduce to fans our new comers,” she said.

“African Stars Entertainment (ASET) is a music institution. Our work is to identify talents and expose them in the music world. We are appealing to our music fans to turn in big numbers on that day to see what we have prepared for them. We have new songs, raps and dancing antics,” Asha added.

Twanga Pepeta is formed by vocalists-cum-dancers Charles Baba, Dogo Rama, Msafiri Diouf, Amigolas, Vena, Saleh Kupaza, Luiza Mbutu, Khadiji Mnoga and Janet Isinika.

Instrumentalists comprise Jojo Jumanne, Adolph Mbinga, Thabiti Abdul, Miraji Shakashia, Gody Kanuti, Kado, Victor Mkambi, Haji wa BSS, James Kibosho and MCD to mention but a few.

Dancers are Super K, Saidi, Mandela, Abdilayi Zingu, Asha Sharapova, Lilian Enternet, Aisha Madinda, Maria Soloma, Vicky and Regina.

On his part, Charles Baba said that they have prepared well to thrill fans on that rare day.

The coordinator of the Dodoma Wine Valentine Show, Joseph Kapinga, said that they had prepared a number of gifts to give fans who will attend the show including flowers.

The band which is well known by its popular dancing style `Kisigino’, will feature their new songs which they collaborated with Congolese music guru Bozi Boziana. Some of the band’s songs which are currently doing well are Mwana Dar es Salaam, Shida ni Darasa, Rafiki Adui, Mwisho wa Ubaya ni Aibu, Nazi Haivunji Jiwe and Sitaki Tena.

SOURCE: THE GUARDIAN
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