Catherine Kusasira's Tears of a Woman concert was well attended
Catherine Kusasira performing during the Tears of a Woman concert at Serena Hotel in Kampala on September 20, 2019
Golden Band member, Catherine Kusasira, has redefined the game after filling Serena Hotel to capacity. The much-dreaded venue by band members could now become their new home after the self-appointed 'Minister of Condolences' defied the odds.
Catherine put up a good show alongside her backup dancers and looking at how many revelers tipped her, she could be the most tipped artist ever and among those that tipped her was President Museveni who tipped her not only once, but twice.
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At some point, the President was forced to walk to her in a dancing mood after Catherine added this line...''Kaguta Wange I love You.." though like a soldier he is, his dance moves were in a marching style.
The decor was spot on as always and so was the sound. The President clarified that this was the third event of this kind he was attending starting with the one in Munyonyo, Bebe Cool's and now Catherine's.
In one of Cathy's outfits, it was glittery at the top with a touch of yellow at the bottom and the other outfit, it was a sweeping one with red designs showing off her huge behind that she wiggled to the left and to the right while doing her 'Si DoGo' hit.
President Museveni addressing Catherine Kusasira's fans during the Tears of Woman concert at Serena Hotel
Others that performed include Pastor Bugembe and other Golden band members that included Ronald Mayinja who forced the President to comment about the message in one of his songs.
"Singing is good because it is entertaining and it can also carry meaning. Take for instance one who sings that we are back to the old days of suffering, you are wrong."
"It is true people have been killed in the past few days, but it is being done by people we fought while coming to power so the message in your song that we are back to the old days is a lie."
President shakes hands with Ronald Mayinja and inset is Rebecca Jingo in black
Other artists that attended included King Michael, Mesach Semakula, Phina Mugerwa and Bebe Cool who was among those that received the President on arrival.
Notable among those that attended include Rajiv of Ruparelia Group of Companies, Kiyimba Freeman, Mama Phiina, and Godfrey Kirumira among others.
Catherine Kusasira's children meet the President
Kusasira's daughters are slowy, but steadily moving in her footsteps, they've also taken to music. One of them did a birthday song for the President who recently celebrated 75 years of age.