Gospel musician Mathias Mhere leaves the country today for his maiden United States tour. Mhere will be sharing stage with Takesure Zamar of Worship Addicts and Mkululi Bhebhe of Joyous Celebration.
The musician is set to perform in Dallas, Texas, for the first time and has promised to give a good show.
He said he has prepared well for the show that is likely to be one of his best shows.
“It is the hand of God and we are happy that we will be preaching out there,” he said.
For him it is a great opportunity as he shares stage with the some of the finest gospel musicians.
“The two musicians are good and it is very healthy for us to have shows with them abroad,” he said.
The show has come some months after the “Favour” hitmaker released his album “Glory to Glory”. Songs such as “Ephiziba” and “Kumba Musauya”, “It’s not Over” and “Rimwe Ramazuva” are expected to thrill fans.
He said he has polished his act so as to give his fans there good performances. On the other hand, Zamar who will be part of the show, is expected to give his best. The musician has been rated as one of the best worship musicians to emerge from the country.
Earlier on, show promoter Enock Mpoperi said the musicians commanded a massive following in the USA and the event was likely to attract huge crowds.
“The show will be taking place in Dallas, Texas, on August 15 and it is being hosted by Harvest International Church where Mhere will share the stage with Takesure and Mkhululi Bhebhe and I can now safely say that everything is in place for the show since the travel arrangements are now in place,” he said. The Herald