P. K. Chishala
Peter Kalumba Chishala (-1995) was a prominent Zambian musician. P.K. Chishala & the Great Pekachi Band were among bands leading the first wave of kalindula music along with Junior Mulemena Boys, and the Masasu Band. His protest songs include "Common Man" from the fourth album Umwaume walutuku.
- Re-Presenting Disability: Activism and Agency in the Museum Richard Sandell, Jocelyn Dodd, Rosemarie Garland-Thomson - 2013 Page 59 1136616489 "... folk singer and a blind man who was not only a successful musician but the country's only disabled person to become a Minister in the Zambian government during the late 1980s, and another prominent blind musician, P. K. Chishala."
- Simon Broughton, Mark Ellingham, Richard Trillo World Music: Africa, Europe and the Middle East 1999 - Page 704 1858286352 "The first wave of kalindula was spearheaded by Junior Mulemena Boys, P.K. Chishala & the Great Pekachi Band, the Masasu Band, Serenje Kalindula and the Oliya Band - and stimulated sufficient interest for British tours. By the late 1980s, ."
- Leonard Koloko ZAMBIAN MUSIC LEGENDS 1470953358 2012 Page 281 "PK Chishala's fourth and last album was again a controversial piece of work, this time from a socio-cultural point of view.... Common Man (Teal Record Company, 1993) 4. p.281
- All Africa,"Remembering P K Chishala", All Africa, 16 March 2013
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