Sunday, October 15, 2023, the evergreen gospel music duo, Tagoe Sisters, delivered an action-packed at the Accra International Conference Centre (AICC), to mark their 40th anniversary in the Ghanaian gospel music industry.
The event was dubbed “Tagoe Sisters @ 40 Concert.”
The concert was graced with thrilling performances from Ghanaian gospel and secular artists.
Kuami Eugene, Akwaboah, Pat Thomas, Kwabena Kwabena, and Lola X Lali were secular artists who performed timeless songs like ‘Anka matete,’ ‘Fa Bibiara Mano,’ ‘Yedi Nkunim’ of the Tagoe Sisters.
Being a gospel event, gospel musicians were not left out to grace the occasion.
The likes of Perez Musik, Mary Ghansah, Ceccy Twum, Nacee, Empress Gifty and Abena Serwah Ophelia honoured their invitations by performing at the concert.
The solid performances from all booked artists aerialed a spirit-filled atmosphere.
A Korean music group called Adom Stars featured at the concert by performing the Tagoe Sisters’ popular songs.
Mr Francis Osei was honoured at the event for playing a key role in the lives of the Tagoe Sisters when they were involved in an accident that nearly took their lives.
The newly elected President of the Musician Union of Ghana (MUSIGA), Bessa Simons, applauded the Tagoe Sisters for breaking barriers in the music industry and also paving the way for women to pursue their music careers.
“When we were growing up, it was not easy for women to enter the music scene. Your parents wouldn’t allow it. But the Tagoe Sisters broke all the rules, and here they are now. They paved the way for others; they are the pioneers and deserve our applause.” He told the audience.