“A Concert for Compassion”

… Rallying Around Davey Zambia, the Creative Force Behind the Chart-Topping Hit ‘It Hasn’t Been Easy’ That Swept the Nation.”

By Francis Maingaila

Lusaka, Zambia24 (26-04-2024) – In the heart of every community lies a rhythm, a beat that binds its people together.

For the musical community, that rhythm resonates through the melodies and harmonies crafted by talented artists like Davey Zambia.

His untimely departure has left a void not only in the music industry but also in the lives of those who knew him.

Now, as his fellow musicians and compatriots, we stand united in a collective effort to support his family during this challenging time.

Davey Zambia, known for his infectious tunes and vibrant performances, captured the essence of Zambian music and shared it with the world.

His passion, dedication, and unwavering commitment to his craft inspired many aspiring musicians and brought joy to countless fans. I

n light of his passing, a group of musicians and comedians have come together to organize a fundraising concert slated for May 4th, with tickets available for K100.

This concert serves as a testament to the love and respect Davey Zambia garnered from his peers and fans alike.

The proceeds from this concert will be dedicated to supporting Davey Zambia’s family, providing them with much-needed financial assistance during this difficult period of transition.

Beyond the monetary aspect, this event is an opportunity for the community to come together, to reminisce, to honor, and to pay tribute to a man who left an indelible mark on the Zambian music scene.

Music has always been a powerful force for unity and healing. It transcends language barriers and cultural divides, bringing people together in moments of joy and sorrow alike.

Through this concert, we aim to harness the transformative power of music to uplift and support those in need. We call upon music lovers, fans of Davey Zambia, and members of the community to join us in this noble endeavor.

In addition to the fundraising efforts, the Zambia Association of Musicians has issued a fervent plea for further action.

Association president Davison Munsanda urged authorities to conduct a thorough investigation to establish the status of Davey’s music copyrights and ensure that his family begins to benefit from his artistic works.

Munsanda also emphasized the need for the government to strengthen insurance policies for musicians, providing them with the necessary support and protection against unforeseen circumstances.

Furthermore, Zambian actor Cosmas Ng’andwe has partnered with different stakeholders to construct a house for Davey’s family.

Speaking at the same briefing in Lusaka, Ng’andwe said he has partnered with EDEN University Zambia to host a fundraising music festival for late singer Davey Zambia in order to raise the much-needed resources for the house.

According to Ng’andwe, about 1,000 blocks and a plot have already been secured from well-wishers.

Meanwhile, Eden University Chancellor Kelvin Kaunda called on the Government to support the music industry in order for it to thrive.

Let us stand together in solidarity, united by our love for music and our compassion for those in need.

As we gather on May 4th to honor the memory of Davey Zambia, let us remember his legacy not only through his music but also through the love and support we extend to his family.

Together, we can make a difference and ensure that his spirit lives on through the timeless melodies he shared with the world.

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