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Accra readies for Citi FM #MOGO2013 tomorrow

The biggest night to celebrate the rhythms that define Ghana, the musicians who excite us and the moments that we can relive over and over again is almost here.

The 8th edition Citi FM Music of Ghanaian Origin (MOGO) concert, comes off tomorrow, Friday 6th December, at the National Theatre. The concert features some of Ghana’s finest musicians who are fired up to thrill patrons with beautiful rhythms and breathtaking stage performances.

Okyeame Kwame will project another side of his versatility, Sherifa Gunu is ready to sweep patrons off their feet with her electrifying stage presence and her traditional choreography and Kwaisey Pee will make you ask for more.

Kwabena Kwabena

Kwabena Kwabena

The smooth silky Kwabena Kwabena will set the stage alight and touch your soul with the rhythms that has endeared him to our hearts.

“I’ve been looking forward to this year’s MOGO. Nothing comes to me but highlife music and I’m so ready to deliver tomorrow. I grew up listening to good music and I am ready to deliver only the best when I mount the stage,” he said in an interview on the Citi Breakfast Show.

Other musicians billed to perform on the night are the legendary Awurama Badu, well known for her song Komkom Na M’aye and other hits. Another legend, Samuel Owusu, shall also take his turn to thrill patrons with his unending collection of hits.

The evergreen Tagoe Sisters, K.K. Fosu and the Ohia Be Ye Ya band shall also be there to spice up the night further.

This year’s ‘Lifetime Achievement Award’ will be presented to Burger Highlife pioneer George Darko for his outstanding contribution to the music industry.

The MOGO concert seeks to ‘celebrate the past and inspire the future.’

Tickets are available at Citi FM, Hotel JoeCarl in Tema and Silverbird Cinema, Accra Mall. Patrons can also reserve tickets by calling 030 222 6171.

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