For lovers of live band, Monday night’s Janzi Band performance was a sharp reminder that the monthly ‘Tusker Malt Music Lounge’ Series are a smart getaway from the daily routine.
There was a nip in the air. Clouds had gathered in the evening sky only to disperse into the elements that created them.
Or maybe they were translated into confirmation to the Eid Al-Fitr news that circulated to the Muslims like lightening.
Being a long holiday weekend, Janzi band made a stunning show, with an intimate sit-down set; fans were treated to what is arguably of their best live performances ever, which spiced up the Martyrs Day celebrations.
Comprised of seven artists, the band did not hold back on wowing their audience as they owned the center stage all night long.
“Never will there ever be a band like Janzi; rarely do we see bands which can hold the entire crowd in its palm like they have done this evening!” said Godwin, Laparoni’s boss.
They dictated the temple of the crowd as they watched them perform and couldn’t help but to sing and dance to the tunes that were being performed.
“Tusker Malt would like to give back to our loyal consumers by offering them soulful music and most importantly keeping it 100% real.
The Janzi Band experience brings the audiences a chance to wind down to good music and will continue featuring in many other popular hangouts around town,” said Cathy Twesigye, Brand Manager Premium Beers.
The live band series under Tusker Malt Music Lounge was launched in October 2018 and aims to bring lovers of live band music together to experience a groove of Afro-fusion and jazz music as they treat themselves to the premium rich taste of Tusker Malt.
The melody was so beautiful, the instruments, the guitars, the drums, the piano and ‘Janzi,’ were all great that, it was sad to the fans when the band finally disbanded.