By Stevens Muendo
The late teen music sensation E-Sir is among departed music legends who will be celebrated during the inaugural Music Copy Right Society of Kenya (MCSK) gala night, to be held at the Laico Regency, Crystal Ballroom, Nairobi, next month.
The exclusive dinner, which has been organised by MCSK in partnership with key stakeholders in the music industry is to reward and acknowledge those responsible for the growth and development of the music industry.
Other fallen stars who had illustrious music careers are Queen Jane, Kakai Kilonzo, Mary Atieno, Jacob Luseno, Habel Kifoto and DO Misiani.
During the ceremony, top earners in the music industry as well as leading MCSK contributors will be recognised.
The show will be streamlined live via the internet for international affiliates.
MCSK is the foremost collecting agency in Kenya, representing authors, composers and publishers of music. It is the main body in Kenya representing music performing and mechanical rights since 1983.
It is a member of the International Confederation of Societies of Authors and Composers.
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