Nathi, Ntando, Thami Shobede and Bongani Radebe give us a taste of their talent

Some of the headline acts for the Gauteng Evening Of Love concert joined Azania Mosaka in studio to serenade her and 702 listeners with their harmonies.

Afro soul icons Nathi and Ntando as well as Idols SA runner up Thami Shobede and saxophonist Bongani Radebe all took to the microphone during the weekly Unplugged sessions with their smooth sounds.

The Gauteng Evening Of Love concert will take place on Valentine’s Day, the 14th of February 2017 at The Wanderers (Corlette Drive) Illovo in Johannesburg.

Ahead of the concert, the artists performed to give us a taste of what to expect from the love and music-filled night.

WATCH: #702Unplugged with Nathi, Ntando, Thami Shobede and Bongani Radebe

Book tickets for Evening Of Love here.


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