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Distro Kuomboka were formed at Kabwe in 1979. They are Zambia's longest surviving band. Recognised as Zambia's Best Band at the Ngoma National Music Awards (2004) and Best Band in the Copperbelt at the Mukuba Music Awards (2005), Distro Kuomboka are now the resident band at the Mukuba Hotel, in the Copperbelt town of Ndola. Their album releases include Dyonko, Twalebana, Toto-Mitala, Kaoma, The Best of Distro Kuomboka, Ichili Pamunobe and Lamba Bull.
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