Evergrenn gospel music duo, Tagoe Sisters, have expressed their sincere regret to iconic music producer Zapp Mallet for excluding him from their 40th anniversary celebrations over the weekend.
Considering that Zapp Mallet was instrumental in the production of their second album in 1989, they have apologized in reaction to his public expressions of disappointment.
In a recent interview, the seasoned music producer gave hints that they did not extend an official invitation to attend the event, nor did they send him a text or phone call expressing their appreciation for his contributions to their success.
“I wasn’t invited, so I guess I wasn’t part of their musical team. Meanwhile, I did an album with them, so I was supposed to have been there. They didn’t even call to tell me, and nothing came.’’
I just saw the publicity on social media and a lot of billboards, some at East Legon. So those who were invited went, but I wasn’t invited; maybe I guess I wasn’t part of their musical team,’’ Zapp Mallet said.
However, the music duo apologized to Zapp Mallet in a statement released by manager and head of events Nii Armah Amarteifio, saying that his exclusion was an irreparable error due to the negligence of management and the event organizers, as the Tagoe Sisters had added his name to the list of VIP guests to be invited to the event.
“On behalf of the Tagoe Sisters, management would like to respectfully and unreservedly render an apology to quintessential ace-producer Zapp Mallet,’’ parts of the statement sighted by 1Family Radio noted.