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Daniel Liche dates Kanyama RCZ for ‘Tithamangile’ promo

GOSPEL GROOVES with FELIX NYAMBE
A GALAXY of gospel artistes are this month set to bring Heaven down when they convene at the Reformed Church of Zambia (RCZ), Kanyama congregation, in support of fellow singer, Daniel Liche’s album launch.
With most of these artistes needing little or no introduction, the RCZ may just witness one of the most life-changing concerts as we head towards the festive season.
Liche, who is not a debutant on the Christian music scene, confirmed the development to Gospel Grooves and assured all salvation seekers of a reinvigorating time on November 20.
Singers that are expected at the show include leading contemporary gospel music artistes such as the award-winning singing family group, Peace Preacherz.
“I have also invited former Peace Preacherz vocalist, Peter “Shakes” Kaira, Franco, Jimmy Ng’onga, Clergy, Osward, Cathy, Jennipher Nakanyika and the Ndola-based Triumphant Gospel group,” stated Liche, a waiter at Hotel Inter-Continental.
With this line-up of artistes that have been treading on solid grounds in gospel circles, attendees of the show are likely to feel the power of praise and worship in their midst for a period of six hours (14 hours to 20 hours).
But whichever way you may look at it, these gospel artistes have also been in the news for all the right reasons with their inspiring repertoire of songs, much to the glory of God.
On this particular day, however, the RCZ pulpit will mainly feature Liche whose new album – Thithamangile – is expected to minister to souls in the whole church.
With such assuring and comforting songs such as Favour (Ft. Prince Keddy), Pela (Ft, Regina Mwanza of the My God Is Good fame), Umutima Wandi and Father I Thank You (Ft. Ruth Ndhlovu), the singer may, in this project, just lead many more people to Christ
For Ruth and her compatriot Nelly Zulu, who both feature on the song titled Winner, it will be an emotional reunion having worked together three years ago when they sprung out with their debut albums – Ndi Tumeni and Alinaise respectively.
Other songs which seemingly call for unity in the country after the just-ended general elections include Together We Unite, Nkeminina and Nachiona, which features the unmistakable voice of Jennipher Nakanyika.
Liche, 29, says his songs are inspired by the Holy Spirit, although he also finds the music of Michael W. Smith, Ephraim, Son of Africa, Moses Maunda, and late Msiska Mbao, to be the foundation of his transformation into gospel music.
To those who may not be well informed about Liche’s musical history, the artiste debuted with two singles – I am The Way and Mapalo in 2011 which were recorded at Moses Maunda’s Major Chords and Light Cream studios in Lusaka and Kalulushi, respectively.
Liche, a former Kalulushi High School pupil, also collaborated with Maunda on the song Chikondi Canu, before dropping his own Calo Ichi, Iwe Ima and He Is the Way (the truth and the life).
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