Boyz II Men heading for Zimbabwe

Boyz II Men heading for Zimbabwe
Published: 08 January 2012 (1812 Views)
Zimbabweans are in for the treat of a lifetime in March this year as  the world's most renowned R and B group of all times, the award-winning Boyz II Men are headed for Harare.

The RnB outfit is expected to perform during the "Jazz under the Stars" concert that will be held at the Harare International Conference Centre on March 31.

The organisers of the event are optimistic that event will be the greatest ever to be held in this country.

Considering that it will be the first time that Boyz II Men will be stepping on Zimbabwean soil, Freedom Maziriri, the director of Freecom Ad, the company behind the coming in of the foursome anticipates that the jazz concert will be the show of the year.

The RnB outfit comprises of Nathan Morris, Wanya Morris and Shawn Stockman. The group won four Grammy Awards in the 1990s.

Asked why he chose Boyz II Men for a jazz event, Maziriri said that he wanted to give music lovers a different feel and also to balance the international musical acts in the country.

- SM

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