Hugh Masekela was indeed fulfilling
By Chris Twum
It was a spectacle to watch the great African legend perform to the amazement of Ghanaians who turned out in their numbers to witness a fantastic show of talented musicians at the Banquet Hall, State House, Accra.
All the artistes billed to perform at the second edition of the Kasapreko African Legends Night last Saturday, once again, surpassed the expectations of the audience when they took turns with their great stage performances.
The State Banquet Hall came alive when each of the artistes – Steve Bedi, Ben Brako, Lady May of Namibia, and the great trumpeter Hugh Masekela – performed, thrilling the audience, including the former President Jerry John Rawlings and his wife, Nana Konadu Agyeman-Rawlings, who danced throughout the concert.
Uncle Hugh’s warning to women not to wear high heels because they were going to be dancing throughout the night turned out to be true, not just for the women, but the men as well.
Tune after tune, the artistes kept the audience on their feet with African music, coupled with humour that brought joy and solace to the hearts of many.
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