Music has largely been used to celebrate or tackle love’s downside or to talk about different aspects of life. Esther Nabatanzi Ssemakula, an upcoming singer and lead vocalist of Ejazz Band, has chosen to use music to raise awareness about one of society’s pertinent concerns- HIVAids.
She is going to be live in a concert dubbed My Musical tales, from which she will raise money to help the Reach Out Mbuya Parish HIVAids initiative, a home for vulnerable children infected and affected by HIVAids.
“I felt there was need to help these children and also raise awareness to our community of how one can contract HIVAids. That is what my song, My Love Tales is about,” Nabatanzi, an upcoming artiste, explains, adding that she came up with the idea after visiting the Mbuya facility.
She will use the money raised to procure scholastic materials and pay school fees for the needy children. Ejazz Band comprises of 10 members and was formed one year ago. It has six songs to its name.
“Revellers should expect to be educated, inspired and entertained. It is going to be musical in the most appropriate way of communicating because it involves drama and music,” Nabatanzi added on what those attending the concert should expect.
Entrance fee is Shs50,000 for silver tickets Shs100,000 for VIP tickets. The gig kicks off at 7pm, at Theatre La Bonita, located along Colville Street, above Christ the King church.
milies contest in challenges that are physical in nature. They will be picked from Uganda, Kenya, and Tanzania.
Beat the Challenge is the second major reality TV show set to debut on Maisha Magic this coming December after Tujuane Plus, a dating show. Maisha Magic is a channel fully dedicated to East African content that was conceived after Multichoice was put on the spot for West African dominance of their airwaves.
The show will premiere on Maisha Magic channel 161 on Saturday, December 13 at 8.30pm. The auditions for this show took place on Saturday at Silver Springs Hotel Kampala.
SOURCE: Daily Monitor