By Richmore Tera.
Harare, Zimbabwe. (News Of The South) -TALENTED South African singer and performer Josh Ansley who started off his professional career on the stage at Reps Theatre in Harare will thrill the chill out of his Zimbabwean fans when he performs at the Jam Tree in Mt Pleasant this Saturday evening.
The show, which will start at 5:30 pm until 11pm, is one of his couple of performances in Harare where his artistic journey started at Reps Theatre starring in many musicals before heading to Los Angeles in the United States to take up his career further.
The singer – who also attended Lomagundi High School in Chinhoyi where he was popular for playing the role of Kenicke in the rendition of the popular 1978 American musical comedy “Grease” – made a name for himself in South Africa’s “The Voice SA Season 2” blind auditions when he did a rendition of AC/ DC’s classic ballad, “Shook Me All Night Long”.
The venue, Jam Tree, is situated at Number 40 Bargate Road in Mt Pleasant, Harare while tickets have already gone on sale.
“Tickets are on sale at The Jam Tree. Book early for the best ticket price, VIP seats available. VVIP ticket holders will have the chance to mingle with Josh and the artists. Pre-paid regular entry -$10. Prepaid VIP – $20 Prepaid and VVIP – $30. All tickets bought at the door will cost $5 extra,” said one of the organisers.
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