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Migadde’s rare music genre triumphs at maiden concert

Aloysius Migadde dared music fans with a piece of uncommon music at his debut album launch at the Alliance Francaise centre in Kampala on Friday. 

The famed guitarist and an Afro-soul attracted a full house. Organizers had to limit entry before Migadde took the stage.

Unlike most Afro-souls who tend to be embraced by fellow musicals or Artistes on their debut, Migadde attracted people of different calibres even when he didn’t intensively advertise.

The show unleashed budding Afro-soul Hudson Hanx alias Hudson Mutumba who came after Andereya Baguma, the major curtain-raisers at the show.

Towards 9.00 pm, Migadde took over the stage with his first song BaxSalsic which was later followed by other songs such as Olusuku Lwajjaja in a segment that saw him perform four numbers.

 

Shortly after Migadde performed four songs, Singer Kenneth Mugabi performed a song titled Ebinyuma off his new album dubbed the Ugandan.

Mugabi thrilled the audience with his song Naaki and the mood was ecstatic.

With the Kemba Band that is apparently among the best currently in the country, the sound blended well with Migadde’ s indigenous beats that until the time when Migadde wrapped up his Album with Endeku yange, the audience was still character.

Migadde is not new to Uganda’s Music though his role has been at a backline of main performers and in the studio. He has played at a number of music events and festivals such as; Rondalla Plucked Strings Music Festival, Yilan International Arts Festival, Umoja Cultural Flying Carpet, Jazz Safari 2018, Soul Safari 2018, Kirk Whalum Rotary Fundraising 2019. 

He has also featured at Bayimba, Doadoa, Nyegenyege Festival, Fete De LA Music, Burundi, Yella Festival, Blankets and Wine.

 

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