Banjo, Nono and Ndingo thrill fans

Johwa
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FRANCISTOWN: Jazz lovers thronged Dumela Lodge, situated on the outskirts of Francistown, to see their icons perform at an event held to celebrate Valentine’s Day. Legendary jazz musician, Banjo Mosele, shared the stage with music idol and Ikalanga jazz maestro, Ndingo Johwa, as well as talented singer, Nono Siile.

DJ Clarence kept revellers entertained in between acts.  The evergreen DJ, better known for belting out oldies, was in top form with his music selection coercing the crowd to get up from their comfortable seats to dance.

The experienced Mosele was the first to take the stage. He set the mood for the highly expectant crowd. As he delivered a flawless performance, Mosele warmed up the stage for Nono and Johwa before they could entertain their legion of fans in the northern city. 

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