By Our Reporter
Jahazi Pier in Munyonyo was the place to be on Sunday when Jose Chameleone and Myko Ouma’s band entertained revellers at Roast and Rhyme.
The day got off to a slow start as heavy rains pummelled most parts of Kampala, but by 3pm people were at the venue with their grills and meats.
This specific edition of the event was dubbed the Storytellers Edition and aimed at presenting artists who tell stories through their music. Tamba and Sam Kimera took the stage first to showcase their wonderful talents, and later, Salvado Idringi held the crowd with plenty of jokes after which he sang a number of reggae songs backed up by the band.
A welcome surprise was a performance by Red Banton, who went through most of his great hits like Noonya Money, with the crowd singing along to every word. Afterwards, Jose Chameleone took the stage to perform songs from the beginning of his music career. Tunes like Mama Mia, Kipepeo, Dolotia took the crowd all the way back through time and they danced and sang along throughout.
Towards the end of his performance, Chameleone was joined on stage by his brother, Weasel, with whom he performed the smash hit, Bomboclat.
The event, sponsored by Bell Jamz, is held every few months and presents Ugandans with the opportunity to enjoy lots of meat and drinks while they enjoy live music by the lakeside.
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