The Marvels mini golf and restaurant is definitely the place to be for lovers of good gospel music when the maiden edition of the Musiqhall, a youth oriented gospel show comes off.
The event, which is expected to draw artistes such as upcoming gospel artiste, Niiella and other young musicians from the various tertiary institutions, is scheduled for Saturday, November 14.
The aim of the event, according to the organisers, Musiqhallgh, is to get ambassadors of Christ to lead the campaign of “bringing the youth to Christ”.
Niiella, who placed second at the last edition of Stars of the Future will be joined by other artistes including Kingsley, Nadia and Osei from the Central University college, Angie, Manuel and UK from the University of Ghana, Legon, in what is expected to be a live gospel music open mic session.
Apart from music, there will also be a spoken word segment by Miss Ndabi at the 5pm event.
The brain behind Musiqhall, Moise Ajiboye told Showbiz. “This is the first event we are organising. We are hoping to do more creative stuff for God, though it has not been an easy journey because we have been planning this event since December last year.
“Now that it is going to happen, we know it will be an exciting night,” he said.
The event promises to be an exciting one with quality music and sound as one of the acts for the night, Osei, is the son of Fred Kyei Mensah aka Freddyma, a renowned sound engineer. He has inherited the art from his father and will put that skill to maximum use.
Musiqhallgh, is a movement of young talented gospel singers who have come together to win the hearts of the youth and younger generations.
The group hopes to become an event management team that will help nurture not only talented young gospel artistes or musicians but artistry in general.
By: Forgive Adjoa Forfoe