Neither age nor adversity have worn down the talent, creativity or determination of the Cool Crooners, the seasoned veterans who make up Zimbabwe's oldest township jazz group. Most members started playing jazz in the 1950s, and though now in their 70s, they can kick up their heels high during live shows while staging spectacular dances. Their voices are still strong and clear. "At times people are surprised to see old people like us singing," said Cool Crooner member Abel Sithole (70).
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