It was meant to be a momentous event and so it was. After five hours 10 minutes of power packed performances from the main act of the night: Joyce Blessing, guest artists and surprise guests.

For an event that began an hour late, all could be forgiven considering the excitement, memories and historical moments that this maiden edition of “Alumni and Friends Gospel Concert” chalked.
Prior to Joyce Blessing making an appearance, DJ Fly had warmed the crowd who had and were filing into the All Nations University Car Park with his excellent sets.

Of course, this is a Gospel concert so the program was started with an opening prayer from Pastor Awule (a lecturer in All Nations University College).
MCs for the night were Evelyn Koomson (Eve's Eye) and Appiah Kumi.

The main event was opened by the GH Choir: a fresh voice within the music scene who climbed on stage at 20:13. They performed songs including it's gonna be alright", "obaatanpa wayeyie nie", "vovome". The Koforidua Youth Choir was next. They performed songs including "ade Yesu aye", "no no no (when I remember what the Lord has done)", "hallelujah".
These 2 Choir groups spent close to an hour on stage leaving at 21:10 making way for Sir Mike (a comedian) to take the stage. Did you ever imagine there was a scientific name for "Sobolo"? Well Sir Mike actually mentioned it.
Spending just over 10 minutes on stage to make way for a new act on stage.
The Sweet Melodians Choir took the stage just after Sir Mike to perform songs including "Nhyira", "our God is greater", "there is no one like Jehova", "How great is our God", "everybody look", Awesome God"

King Dosty, a fast rising singer and rapper known for his hit single True Love on campus mounted the stage and performed "reality". "Reality" is actually an unreleased song off his forthcoming Ep.
He performed only one song at a point where the audience needed more of him. He stepped off stage at 22:00.

D4J Dance Crew were on stage next: they had the best dance moves for the night. Elvis won a 50 cedis airtime in a brief dance competition just before the SDA Choir mounted the stage.
Oh wait, Did Eve's Eye just pronounce "Sobolo" as "Shobolo"? Lol!!!
SDA Choir did their live performances, performing songs like "bobolibobo"

David Phronesis left the stage at 23:05 after an energetic 20 minutes live performances.
Performing songs including "You're God", "I will worship you", "I know who I am."
At this point David Phronesis is everyone's favourite performer as he leads the audience into praises performing songs like "double double", "he is the mighty God", "Our God reigns", "Awesome God."

The KTU Choir had the stage and killed it, New Nation did not disappoint neither.
Emmanuel Bredu (a guest artist) took the stage at exactly 23:27 performing hit songs like "bono ni" and "my level Don change."
God's Power and Emmanuel performed "Excess Love" and "Nara Ekele mo" respectively.

It's 23:50 and it's all black on stage while the band played on stage: the noise decimals hit a crescendo when the audience saw, walking through the crowd,  the act everyone had been waiting for; Joyce Blessing. She steps on Stage at exactly 23:54 to bless the occasion with back to back hit songs like "Aseda Nkoaa", "I swerve", "me nsei da", "onyankopon", "Repent""Oye Ohene" "heavy price" "Adam Nana."
She even made a remix of "me nsei da" on stage and that's one of the things you could do with live band performances. It's a sight to behold.
Joyce Blessing performed flawlessly and her band did not disappoint neither.
Songs like "Osey" and "God Win" by Nero X and Korede Bello made it into her playlist.
Joyce Blessing stepped off stage after an hour and 14 minutes of live performance with a refix of "God Win."
Watching Joyce Blessing perform is akin to watching- in footballing terms, Messi at play. She glided effortlessly on the stage; her voice carried the same pristine as she first emerged on stage; her synchronization with her band (damn, those guys can play) was astonishing. Joyce Blessing could have gone another hour without breaking a sweat.

You can watch the full performance on All Nations University College Official Facebook

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