The band jetted into the country yesterday for a mega performance at the US Independence Day celebrations, held at the US Embassy in Kampala
Clare Muhindo
Journalist @ New vision
The band jetted into the country yesterday for a mega performance at the US Independence Day celebrations, held at the US Embassy in Kampala

American bluegrass band Henhouse Prowlers, the band that sang Eddy Kenzo's Sitya loss hit, are set to meet Bobi wine at his recording studio in Kamwokya this morning.

The band jetted into the country yesterday for a mega performance at the US Independence Day celebrations, held at the US Embassy in Kampala.

The celebrations were supposed to be held on July 4, the day the United States adopted the declaration of independence but the US envoy to Uganda, Deborah Malac, was forced to extend the ecstasy to July 12 to accommodate Chicago's Henhouse Prowlers band.

"Many of you have asked why we moved the date of our Independence Day celebrations this year. Well, we had a really great reason—we pushed the date so that our entrainment for the evening, the Henhouse Prowlers, could join us. The prowlers are making a return appearance to Uganda after their smash performances last year. And, although I was not in Uganda then, I know the Henhouse Prowlers well. We are delighted to have them back in Uganda and I thank them for making the long journey to Kampala to give us a little taste of home!" She said.

 

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