Magala belts out tunes at the Gospel Unplugged show. PHOTO BY EDGAR BATTE

The idea of an unplugged session, like the one at Club Silk is a session where an artiste shows off his live performance skills. Most of the time many fail to impress.
But Nicholas Nyombi or Prince Nick like he is popularly known is bringing more to the unplugged session.

He is putting a value to entertainment and besides gospel artistes finding a platform to perform to their fans, the same stage is used to disseminate information through live interviews of people from different professional backgrounds or, and also entrepreneurs.
This is the all-new ‘Gospel Unplugged’ weekly sessions every Thursday at Club Obligatto. Last week, the second unplugged show featured Maraka Band that headlined the performance.

The crowd fed off and showed support for the young, gifted band as they performed spiritual and contemporary songs. That was after Adrian Magala, a disabled but vocally gifted singer emotively lifted revelers in a partly praise and worship and partly tested his voice on other gospel singers’ songs.

Sherlom Dancers came on before and used their off stage time to do popular gospel songs as well as break dance. Besides gospel music and showcase of talent, Prince Nick explained that the night will be good for networking.

He said that the stage will also host other gospel singers like Keeno Musanyusa and his Tavah City, 2AM, Florence Rukundo and the Remnant Crew among others.

By Edgar R. Batte, Daily Monitor



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