Afrigo ‘kill it’ at Liquid Silk unplugged session

Afrigo ‘kill it’ at Liquid Silk unplugged session


Moses Matovu and co serenade the crowd with a medley of their songs. Pix by Musa Ssemwanga

By Musa Ssemwanga
The legendary Afrigo band started their unplugged session last night with “ Eyauni Emaali,” a popular song from Teso that was abridged by Rachael Magoola.
The 52-year-old band immersed revellers both young and old in a live and rich musical experience that can be rivalled by only a few Ugandans musicians.
Joanita Kawalya dances during the unplugged session

Songs like “Jim,” “Speed Controlle,” “Obangaina” and others were performed by a practiced and experienced band amidst loud cheers from the hyped crowd.
The ecstatic crowd was taken to a whole new level when Eddie Yawe took to the mic with his baritone voice.
As soon as the band hit the first notes of the popular hit “Tukiggale,” loud screams could be hard from the cheering crowd at Liquid Silk Naalya.With Madrat and Chiko making an appearance, revellers as usual demanded repetitions of several songs which the band obliged to.
It was a full house as Afrigo band performed at the unplugged session

The show ended on a high note which is synonymous with Afrigo band performances.
Comedians Madrat and Chiko were in attendance

Next week Liquid Silk Nalya will host the grand finale of Unplugged Sn 2. The session will be graced by none other than David Lutalo, of the Wolololo fame.