The Charambas tour Chitungwiza introducing new album “Abba Father”

It is always difficult to pick some songs and leave some out. Our fans usually demand varied titles and we have to depend on prayer so that the Spirit guides us,” he said. The Charambas are set to tour the country as they continue taking their music to the people.

The Charambas

“It has been a while since we had a concert at Aquatic Complex. We have an obligation of
worshiping together with our fans country-wide and this shall be the first, followed by many others inThe “Nyika Zimbabwe” singer promised fans a great show that will combine music and prayer as the festive season approaches. “We are not going to do our ordinary shows but an intercessory show.

Pastor Charles Charamba and his wife Olivia, backed by The Fishers of Men are billed to stage a family show at Aquatic Complex on Saturday. The musician said this will be their concert to take their recently-launched albums “Abba Father” and “Voice of Miriam” to the people.

“We will take this opportunity to perform most of our new songs and unveil them to our fans,” he said Pastor Charamba said they have a bigger task of compiling a playlists that features both new and old songs to meet their fans’ demands.“One of the biggest tasks ever since we started live performances has been the drafting the playlist.


As we approach the festive season, we all have our resolutions and this is the best time to pray about it,” said Pastor Charamba.The Charambas have become known as “The First Family of Gospel Music”, and are possibly the best-selling gospel artistes to emerge from Zimbabwe. Their music appeals to a wide audience witt heir sing-along tunes. The couple has released popular albums like “Johanne 3:16”, “Vhuserere”, “Amen”, “Daily Bread”, “Exodus”, “Sunday Service” and “Verses and Chapters”.

They are both pastors with theological training, which enhances their understanding of the
Scripture. They have toured the United Kingdom, United States, and Australia and have shared the stage with the likes of Solly Mahlangu, Sipho Makhabane, and Ron Kenolly, among others.

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