Sir Elvis photo by Douglas Okiddy
Sir Elvis photo by Douglas Okiddy

Kenyans are already counting down to Kenya's biggest virtual concert, 'Kenya Ni Yetu Live', which is now just three days away.

In what is already promising to be the biggest virtual concert since the Covid-19 pandemic, will attract over 30 top artists.

One of the high profile performers who will be keeping fans on their feet is the king of country music, Sir Elvis.

Speaking ahead of the event, the seasoned singer says he is amazed by the amount of talent this country has to offer.

"I have met the biggest artistes Kenya has produced. The fact that we are coming together to make sure the country stays united is an exciting thing for me," he said.


"I am very happy to be part of this group that headlined the Kenya Ni Yetu Live concert."

With his craft now affected since he cannot hold shows like before, Sir Elvis says he has already accepted the new norm and has ensured he is well positioned across online platforms so as to keep his fans entertained.

himself Asked how music is being consumed and how he is interacting with his fans during the pandemic, Sir Elvis said they have had to adjust because of social distancing and isolation.

"We are doing a lot of stuff online. The online platform has come in handy as it ensures people still get entertained without having to hold big concerts," he said.

"So I have been doing short videos online. My typical day right now is staying at home unless something really warrants my attention."

Sir Elvis added that this period has helped him interact with his fans  a little bit more.

Kenya Ni Yetu Live is proudly sponsored by Stanbic Bank and powered by Media Owners Association of Kenya.

The show will be broadcast in all major TV stations, including Kiss TV, Citizen TV, NTV, KTN, K24, Switch TV, Kass TV, Family TV, Three Stones Media as well as