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Ghana’s finest comedian and aspiring musician Funny Face is set to rock Ghanaian musicians with his rib cracking moves at this year’s Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMA) Nominees Jams slated for April 20.

For the first time, the Nominees Jams will be held at the Jackson’s Park in Koforidua away from the hectic traffic life in Accra.

Funny Face as host for the event means that organizers Charter House expect the nominated musicians for this year’s VGMAs to dance and laugh their hearts out before the showdown in May.

Over the years, the Jam train had made stops in the Ashanti and Western Regional capitals of Kumasi and Takoradi respectively with great performances by some of the country’s finest and most sought after musicians.

“Over the years we have tried as much as possible to include other parts of Ghana in the music celebration. This is to make the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards a real national experience. It is our belief that before long the train for the Nominees jams would have visited the whole country and who knows, the main awards night may one day see itself in a different city,” Theresa Ayoade, Executive Director of Charterhouse said.

According to her, this year’s edition of the VGMA Nominees Jam promises to be an unforgettable and exciting experience that music lovers cannot afford to miss. To make more interesting, the event will aired live on GH-One Entertainment TV.

She noted that VGMA will also host a stakeholder’s forum dubbed ‘Next Level Forum’ on May 9 to discuss development and growth of our music industry.

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