As part of activities marking this year?s Oguaa Fetu Afahye celebration in Cape Coast, Adom TV will, on Friday August 31, organize an event dubbed ?Adom Concert Party? at the Centre for National Culture in Cape Coast.

Seasoned musicians billed to perform at the event include Professor Nana Gyedu Blay Ambolley, Obuoba J.A. Adofo, Florence Obinim, Cynthia MacCaulley,  Bosheba Joshua, Jack Alolomi and a host of others.

Comedians such as Lapiwa and Abenkwan have been invited to perform at the event. Their fans have been anticipating what was going to be the biggest night of comedy ever to be seen in Ghana.

The auditorium of the Centre for National Culture was expected to be filled with tons of music lovers, who would witness the event.

?Adom Concert Party? was being organized by Adom TV and powered by Multi TV.

A regular at the +233 Jazz Bar and Grill in Accra, Blay Ambolley, who was inspired by James Brown, Ray Charles, and the late Sam Cook, has performed in diverse parts of Ghana since his return from a long sojourn in the United States.

His songs, which were mid tempo, blend of jazz, highlife and soul, revealed Ambolley?s highly optimistic style which has swayed audiences in various countries around the world.

Ambolley, who would leave no stone unturned in his bid to make the show grand, stated that he would turn Cape Coast upside down with extraordinary performances.

He assured to make the event one of a kind, promising to perform for at least two hours to entertain his numerous fans at the venue.

All the artistes on the bill had a reputation for their ability to keep audiences on their feet for hours on end, hence, fans who would attend the event would be expecting nothing less.

Source : George Clifford Owusu

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