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The visiting US legendary band Temptations now called Temptations Review is looking forward to a good show in Zambia.
Speaking at a press briefing ahead of their forthcoming show to be held on Saturday 30th March at Mika Convention Centre in Lusaka, the Temptations Review leader and only surviving member of the initial group, Gibson Bernard said he and his group were happy to be in Zambia and are looking forward to entertain the fans.
He said the group is on a special African Tour and has so far held shows in Botswana and South Africa and are happy to note the great feedback and following from the fans.
He promised that the band will perform all the people’s favourite and make sure they revive the classic music from the 70s, 80s and 90s.
The Temptations Review will perform at Mika Convention Centre and will be supported Tshepi and the Motown Band. And Tshepi, a leading artiste from Botswana who has been performing alongside the Temptations has promised a good show.
He says the event will strictly be live and authentic music and urges Zambian fans to turn up in large numbers.
The Temptations Review will be supported by local Zambian acts Becky and The All Tunes Band, Lloyd and the No Parking Band and musician Kuni.


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