Vocalist Pages and Saxophonist Joseph Sax have through the years done their thing at Janzi Band. Those who know them know they are good when it comes to live performances with Pages being one of the lead singers and Joseph a talented saxophonist in Janzi Band
Apart from being in the same Band, Joseph and Pages are good friends a thing that saw them organise and hold a combined albums’ listeners’ party that successfully went down at the Bugolobi based Liquid Silk amid lots of revellers who filled the venue to capacity on Tuesday the 19th of December.
Joseph Sax’s 11 track album is dubbed ‘Koona’ that boasts of upbeat dance songs, where as Pages’ is called ‘Love Portion’ which is a 10 track collection of love music.
Hosted by Urban TV’s Judithiana, it was a night to remember that saw the two unleash what they had in stock for their fans by performing songs off their albums live, as the overwhelming number of attendees cheered them on.
Before they took to the stage, there was a live Dj session where Dj Bank Robber warmed up the revellers as the main performers of the night prepared.
At 8:55 PM, the boys finally took to the stage starting off their long awaited performance in an order that saw each one perform one song at a time. They had a good stage bond a thing that proved that they had done enough rehearsals.
Joseph did a good Job of displaying his saxophone playing skills and Pages did his best when it came to vocals. A special round of applause to other instrumentalists who backed them up namely Myko Ouma and producer Allan who were on the guitars, Emma Dragu who was on the trumpet and Sam Bisaso on the key board
Apart the good back up from the above mentioned instrumentalists, singers Jemimah Sanyu, Bruno K and Hudson Hunx who have collabo songs off the Pages and Joseph Sax’s albums with both spiced up their performance as well.
The event was a thrilling one going by the reception the crowd gave the performers despite the fact that they had estimated a low turn up but were later shocked by how the venue was filled to capacity with some revellers failing to get seats.