Ghanaian Gospel music group, Tagoe Sisters has announced a number of activities to mark its 40th anniversary within the gospel music industry.
The group will between September and October 2023, stage a series of live music concerts to celebrate the anniversary.
This was announced at q press launch held at the Silicon Production House in Tesano, Accra Region and the Ashanti Region in September and October, respectively with many activities and events.
There will be a concert first in Accra on 23rd September 2023, at the Grand Arena. It will followed by a fundraising and 40th anniversary dinner night on the 30th September at the Gold Coast Kempinski Hotel.
Colleagues in the music industry and other sectors would perform some renditions of the duoe’ legendary collections.
Linmarts Media Solutions, the doyen of event management and quality production, together with the iconic music duo will visit President Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo – Addo, former presidents, John Dramani Mahama and John Agyekum Kufuor, the chairman of the council of state, the Asantehene Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, CEOs of businesses, and all other prominent Ghanaians personalities to interact and personally invite them to grace both occasions.
The group will also take the opportunity to visit orphanages in the name of the Foundation in both regions to donate some items bring smiles to the faces of the less fortunate and mothers.
The Chairperson for the launch, former politician and Minister, Madam Joyce Aryee in her speech said, “Tagoe Sisters is a gift and a blessing to the World “.
Some of the dignitaries and celebrities who graced the launch included Rev..Yahoo, Madam Joyce Aryee, Cindy Thompson, Ophelia Nyqntakyi, Mary Gyansah, Perez Music, Piesie Esther among others.
Known in real life as Lydia Dedei Yawson Nee Tagoe and Elizabeth Korkoi Tagoe, the twins have been singing in the gospel music industry since 1983 under the brand name Tagoe Sisters.
Since they emerged on the gospel music scene, the iconic gospel music duo have not looked back, and they continue to share their experience with people all over the world who are affected by their music in different ways.
The duo, in 1979, toured the whole country with groups like Advent Heralds and took part in big musical concerts nationwide.
With the Advent Heralds, between 1982 and 1983, the legendary sisters performed during the Open Bible Crusade and were recognized as the first group doing contemporary gospel music.
Through their Godfather, Nana Ekumfi II, they met the late Reverend Amoako, who became their spiritual leader in 1985.
They are well known for hit songs such as ‘Yedi Nkunim; Fa Bibiara Mano”’,Menya Yesu, ‘Akamafo Jesus; Orekyikye, and many others….Story by Bugbila Moadow.