Songstress Cathy G Palmer’s projects stalled by travel restrictions
BY ALBERT MASAKA
UNITED Arab Emirates-based gospel music songstress Cathy G Palmer has suspended her music projects due to the Covid-19 lockdown travel restrictions that affected her producer.
Gundani-Palmer told Zim Community Gospel that plans were afoot to do a collabo with local musician Irene Mutangadura, who was a longtime friend.
“All projects on hold at the moment. My producer relocated to Uganda and with current movement restrictions, cannot even go to the studios in Dubai.
She said they were working from home, and that has given her family a lot of time together.
“So it’s work Sunday to Thursday using our remote tools. Our church services and prayer meetings are online.
According to Gundani, gospel musicians now enjoyed greater opportunities to minister to people online.
“The world needs to know that this shall pass. We still have time to win souls into God’s Kingdom. The time for our departure is getting closer and we must be mindful of those around us, that they be not left behind to suffer through the tribulation. #savesouls”.
She was grateful to God for news platforms that bring people together for one cause irrespective of denomination.