South African musician Moses Ngwenya, the sole surviving member of the renowned band Soul Brothers, has taken it upon himself to immortalize the band’s rich history in a newly published book titled “The Life And Times,” authored by Sidney Maluleka.
Within the pages of this book, Ngwenya embarks on a reflective journey through the band’s formation in 1976, its numerous challenges, the unfortunate loss of band members, and his own personal struggles.
Through his words, a vivid tapestry is woven, capturing the essence of life with all its beauty and adversity, unpredictability, and poetic moments.
Ngwenya’s account reveals that just two years after the band’s inception, it suffered the loss of its first member, a trend that continued throughout its existence.
In an unwavering commitment to keep the band’s legacy alive, he partnered with David Masondo, and together they carried the torch of the Soul Brothers until Masondo’s passing in 2015.
While this memoir isn’t the first of its kind in the music industry, it serves as a testament to the twists and turns of life.
Additionally, it offers a valuable message to the younger generation of artists, urging them to preserve their own legacies.
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The Soul Brothers have endured for over 45 years, continuing to resonate with audiences of various generations.
Moses Ngwenya, in sharing his memoir, expressed that it will serve as a guide for aspiring musicians, helping them sustain their fame and create timeless music that will resonate for generations to come.