JUST IN: Popular Nigerian music promoter dies suddenly

Legendary music promoter and Chairman/Chief Executive Officer of Evergreen Musical Company Limited, Femi Esho, has died at the age of 77.

Esho who was born on October 29, 1946, died in Lagos on Monday during a brief illness.

One of his friends, Tunde Fagbenle, a notable writer and columnist, while mourning the legendary music practitioner said: “He has gone to rest. He carved a niche for himself and made a mark on the national canvas with it. He was a gentle, cheerful and giving soul. God bless him. He was my buddy!”.

Esho, in May launched a phenomenal project, the biggest music museum and gallery in Africa, Evergreen Music Heritage Foundation in collaboration with Dr. DK Olukoya.

The ambitious project, which will consist of a music Museum, a music library, a gallery showcasing Head Burst of Artistes, display of over 1,000 pictures of Nigerian musicians from 1914 and relics of their costumes/old musical instruments, an event centre for music concerts, cinema theatre and recording studio is billed to be completed by December.

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