Join Liam Pitcher, local pianist, composer and producer, for a fun, interactive and educational evening of spontaneous and prepared piano music, and electronic music, guest featuring sopranos Rachelle La Grange and Regina Malan. Music includes local composers Martin Watt, Peter Klatzow, Arnold Van Wyk, Hendrik Hofmeyr and Liam Pitcher.
Liam Pitcher is a South African based Musician and composer, specializing in both western classical art music composition and electronic music production, as well as professional mixing and mastering services, sound design for films, live piano improvisation for events and concerts in the western classical style, and teaching in the fields of Music Theory, EDM production and piano.
Liam is also affiliated to The DJ Company, and therein provides music for private events and functions in and around Cape Town, SA.
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Born in Johannesburg with roots in the Eastern Cape, Deslynn is a Cape Town girl by heart. A soul singer, songwriter and performer, Deslynn loves art as much as she loves her afro.
Deslynn is almost quiet and sometimes loud. Her vibrant personality and subtle demeanor is neither too much nor too little, she floats eloquently between both worlds.
A graduate of the Campus of Performing Arts (COPA) in Cape Town where she majored in Vocal Performance under the guidance of Emily Bruce (Gold Fish). When asked about her giftedness, Deslynn accredits her musical prowess and passion to the influence of her father. The late Desmond Malotana was the founder, band leader and keyboardist for well-known 80’s band, “Brenda and the Big Dudes”. He wrote and produced songs like “Promises” and the hit single, “Weekend Special”.
She released her self- titled EP, “Deslynn” in 2014. The EP is Deslynn’s first offering on record and enjoys success on local radio. “How” – a cinematic love ballad placed number 1 on the Hunters SA Top Ten (Heart FM) on 12 June 2014 where it remained for 2 weeks. The song was also ranked 8th in the Hunters SA Top 10 chart for the year 2014 while other songs on the EP dabble in Reggae, Soul and House.
Music makes her skin glow and her mind is always racing with a melody. Through her artivism, she gets really personal, really quick, intent on speaking to the souls of her listeners from the moment they hear her voice.
Emily Drew is a young and upcoming artist, currently in her matric year. Drawing inspiration from artists such as Dusty Springfield, Bobbie Gentry and Nina Simone, she has a low, husky voice that exudes a sentimental, lonely and powerful sound. She is backed by a talented team of fellow musicians, Nick Bossi, Saskia Welz and Giles Barron, who help bring each performance to life, with their incredible talent for their respective instruments. Emily has performed at several venues, including the Baxter theatre, Barleycorn and House of Machines. The evening promises to be refreshing and vibrant, as these young, undiscovered musicians take the stage.
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South African singer songwriter Jarrad Ricketts fronted his 1st band
at 15 years old and has performed with groups and solo at events
such as the Cape Town International Festival, Cape Town Jazzathon
and the V&A Waterfront Nelson Mandela Birthday Celebration.
As a solo artist Jarrad has charted in the top 10 multiple times on
every major regional radio station in Cape Town, but is best known
for his single “Dismissed”.
“Dismissed” has charted regionally and nationally in South Africa,
as well as internationally on Ryan Seacrest’s globally simulcast
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Rivertones were formed in Cape Town 2006 by founder member, Roland who made his stage debut at 12. Roland has performed in 15 countries for crowds of 75000 withthe likes of ”The Wailers” (Bob Marley’s band) and founder Bunny Wailer in Re-Union Island in 2009.
Jammin Bob Marley tunes and original roots, skankin reggae, the Rivertones have performed at Cape Fest, Obs Fest, Whale Fest, Bastille Fest, Un-Corked Wine Fest, Billabong Pro World Surfing Competition, Cape town Festival of Beer, Bay Hotel, Raddison Hotel, Round House, The Grand, Mojo Spier, Brass Bell, HQ Heritage Square and many more. Private functions for Goverment, You and Elle Mags and major corporate companies. Join Cape Town’s favourite reggae band for a night that won’t disappoint.
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Originally from Cape Town, Groove-pop outfit Red Tape Riot has been delivering fresh sounds for the past 5 years, and their local and international success is greatly due to the outstanding live performances they’ve consistently delivered. This world-class act is a result of an evolution of all the band members’ influences that range from the post-punk sounds of the 80’s, to the swagger of Arctic Monkeys and The Cure, including elements of Wombats, Two Door Cinema Club, Dire Straits, and many others. This culminates into an altogether unique foot-tapping contrast between heartfelt melodies and strong party grooves.
The band embarked on a 3 month European tour in July of 2017, including a feature show at the 02 Academy Islington in August, as well as performances at iconic venues such as The Half Moon Putney, The Bedford, Dublin Castle, The Shed in Leicester and Finborough Arms. Due to their success in 2017, the band will be touring Germany and the UK again over summer 2018.
“Three part harmony not heard since the days of Crosby, Stills and Nash ruling the airwaves!”
This Trio combine their prodigious musical and vocal talents to form Hatchetman, a band that, as the name suggests, cuts straight to the heart with songs on life, love, and most things in between. Their soaring harmonies and searing dynamism in the musical accompaniment has brought many a person to tears. The honesty, and a willingness to explore the darker and more tender sides of the human condition, as well as a very personal and human presentation of the same, sets the band apart from many of their contemporaries. Lyrical topics range from heartbreak to a rumination of the multifaceted nature of Cape Town, while musically, the band meets somewhere between folk, rock, funk and acoustically inclined sounds, all delicately underpinned by the powerful, yet gentle blend of three voices.
The band consist of:
Jono Tait, the son of Richard and Retha Tait, owners of the Alma Café, one of Cape Town’s premier live music venues. Jono is a spirited character, and main songwriter for the band and is very candid in his lyrics as well as his onstage interaction with the crowd.
Brothers Nick and Matt Catto complete the trio. They bring an incredible blend of harmony and musical talent. This talent was inevitable considering the strong musical tradition as befits the latest generation of the Blundell musical clan, true South African folk royalty.
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Céline is a 22-year-old South African singer, musician, songwriter and actress. She plays the guitar, drums, piano and bass guitar. Her musical genre is a blend of pop, rock and blues with some elements of adult contemporary and latin. She will be performing with a backing band consisting of lead guitarist, Justen Hosken; bassist, Ryck Herbst and drummer, Johann Rossouw, for her Café Roux début.
Céline is passionate about her music and she has been performing since she was 11 years old. Her goal is to be a successful international recording artist. She likes to create unique sounding songs that are meaningful, catchy, interesting to listen to and that incorporate elements from different genres. She is influenced by artists such as Jessie J, Joan Jett, Alanis Morisette, Ellie Goulding, Tegan and Sara, Janis Joplin, Lady Gaga and Dua Lipa.
She has just completed her studies in performing arts and is focusing on her music career.
She has just launched her début album called “Blue” in April 2018. It is available for streaming and downloading on major digital platforms, and it will be on sale in Musica stores later this year.
Céline entered the Huawei K Day Dream It Possible competition in February 2018. She had to learn the Huawei Mobile brand song, “Dream It Possible” and submit a 60 second video clip of her version on Facebook. She was very excited to hear that she was selected as one of the Top 10 finalists by the judging panel. The winner would be selected to be the opening act of K Day.
Céline believes that to be successful in the music industry today, it is necessary to have a unique sound to her music. She believes she has this with her fusion style of her original works as well as her unique tone of her voice.
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FINDING INSPIRATION FROM THE CORNFIELDS ALL THE WAY DOWN TO THE BAYOU,
SOUTH AFRICAN COUNTRY DUO OH MERCY’S BLEND OF AMERICANA, BLUEGRASS,
BLUES AND ALT-COUNTRY HAS BEEN BREAKING NEW GROUND IN THE SOUTH AFRICAN
MUSIC SCENE SINCE 2012.
CHARACTERISED BY SWEET HARMONIES, DIRTY RIFFS AND A STAGE CHEMISTRY
HOTTER THAN HELL AND HALF OF GEORGIA, THESE TWO CONSUMMATE SONGWRITERS
WILL REEL YOU IN WITH NUANCED NARRATIVE, IMPASSIONED DELIVERY AND A
HEALTHY PINCH OF HOMEGROWN HUMOUR
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Newton & Co was established in 2004, and since then have solidi ed their place on the Cover Music scene, originally started by Newton Theron & Ryno Colyn as a side project, it became so successful they put other projects aside and focused more on Newton & Co. Since 2004 the band has had a few members come and go but for the last 6 years its been a tight unit, building on their original folky rock style of music. One thing’s for sure; this cover band brings the party!
Live music will begin at 6pm.
With musical influences from Africa, India and Scandinavia, this quartet combines traditional rhythms and contemporary harmonies to produce a richly textured acoustic world beat that crosses genres, borders and time signatures.
Ancient Agents invite you on a musical journey that bridges cultures, combining grooves from north India and the Middle East with Afro beats and polyrhythms – ancient sounds telling a modern tale.
Four multi-instrumentalists: – an innovative lead guitarist, a melody-driven bassist and two intuitive, dexterous percussionists.
Each band member brings with him a distinct sound, an impressive performance history and international experience.
Reza Khota – Guitar
– Reza’s strings produce a crossover between east and west, with influences of jazz and classical. He’s worked with South Africas finest musicians, among them Louis Moholo, Kesivan Naidoo, Shane Cooper and Buddy Wells. In addition to playing widely around Africa, he has performed in Switzerland, Norway, Canada and Carnegie Hall – New York.
Fredrik Gille – Cajon, Frame Drum, Percussion
-Fredrik has collected and mastered a variety of percussion instruments from all over the world, with Middle Eastern drumming being his expertise – riq, frame drum, cajon. His sound is influenced by Arabic rhythms and Spanish music.
Ronan Skillen – Tabla, Percussion, Didgeridoo
-Ronan is inspired by the aesthetic of record label ECM, and music from Mali to Memphis and Mumbai. His flair for improvisation began with the didgeridoo, and his later schooling in Indian classical music and wide palette of textural percussive sounds combine to create a rich soundscape, incorporating tabla and hybrid percussion kit.
Schalk Joubert – Bass
-One of SA’s busiest session musicians, bassist Schalk Joubert (SA) is a product of his cultural heritage. He is able to articulate South African melodies, West African grooves and harmony in the European tradition to produce a cohesive, melodic sound.
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Jody Abel and Callen Petersen make up the dynamic due that is Acoustic Element. The day was Christmas. The year, 2010. With their newly acquired guitar and electric violin respectively, the pair took to the street and impressed neighbours with vigour and spunk.
Callen completed his Bachelor of Commerce degree in Financial Accounting in 2009 (UCT) and then went on to study a diploma in fashion at the Design Academy of Fashion, in Woodstock. He now works as a buyer at one of South Africa’s major fashion retailers.
Jody completed his Bachelor of Arts degree majoring in Radio Production and Media in 2012 and has completed his postgraduate diploma in marketing management at the School of Management Studies, UCT.
They enjoy spending their free time playing music at weddings, corporate functions and other social events. Some of their major achievements thus far include sharing the stage with the likes of Chad Saaiman and the Black Ties, Jimmy Nevis, Auriol Hays and other South African musicians.
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Albany Lore is the solo music project of South African musician Matthew Rightford. As a singer and a saxophonist, he is making sophisti-pop music flooded with influences from jazz, hip-hop, RnB, funk, gqom, indie rock, soul, kwaito/pantsula, house and techno. Having been one of the founders of Cape Town-based music agency called naas (2012-2016), Matthew was also involved in the formation of an online music publication called Platform where he realised his passion for elevating the presence of South African musicians through writing. Albany Lore is the culmination of all these things – his experiences, his learning, his lore – at a time where he’s never been more excited about making music.
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Coming from being one of the 8 females in the top 16 of Idols season 9 , I can say that I have grown since then and so has my music. After being eliminated from the Idols Season 9 show, I somehow got more motivation and inspiration to write more of my own songs. So my music is all about life, my experiences, my lessons and I do believe in always leaving a hopeful tone in my songs. So I think the audience can expect to be amazed as they will leave the place full of hope, smiles and laughter.
Right now, I am currently busy with all the logistics for my second single and along with that a music video will too be released. So that is the next step for me and I am really excited about that and also to perform more LIVE and to share my music with more people. That is ultimately what I am most looking forward to in the future. My music journey hasn’t always been all sunshine and roses, and to me it’s not about fame and people shouting my name, that eventually is a blessing when it comes, but to me it’s all about the people you meet along the way, those you learn from and those you get to impact be it musically/socially and even spiritually. And I love every single bit of this journey and who I am becoming.
Besides writing songs and recording in studio, I too lead worship at a local church here in Paarl. I have a thing for hearts, and my favorite emoji on watssapp would be the BLUE HEART emoji, simply cause those are 2 of my favorite things. Besides singing and writing, I love reading, nature and sometimes just sitting at the beach does wonders to my soul.
My best gig experience was when I got the whole crowd singing along and it was just me with a guitar and that reminded me of how people enjoy it when you are uniquely yourself and how passion can drive a crowd.
My worst gig experience, I wouldn’t say worst I think it’s just funny.. But I sang at an event where there was a moment for all the lights to go off, at that time I was just recovering from bad sinus. The gig happened to be outside the evening and the wind was blowing like crazy. When the time came for me to go on stage, I had a runny nose..I managed to sing and make it sound like I’m not thinking about my nose running.. and luckily the lights were off, otherwise I think people would’ve just been starring at my runny nose hahaa
Take a listen to this –> https://youtu.be/ueMh9Ucr1GQ
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Gemma Griffiths was born in Cape Town, South Africa, but grew up in Harare,Zimbabwe. The indie/folk singer and composer has performed a variety of music and arts festivals around the world, including the Harare International Festival of Arts (HIFA) twice and ‘Miombo Magic’ in Zimbabwe. She headlined for Zimfest London 2015, as well as headlining for the first Performer’s Platform in Bulawayo. Gemma performed at the African Women’s Awards 2015, and was the featured artist at Afrojazzanova that November.
In 2016 Gemma performed at the Zimbabwean achievers awards in London UK, she then played at Zimstock and Shoko festival, Zimlive and Unplugged later that year. Now based in Cape Town, she opened the Kirstenbosch Summer Concerts for one of Zimbabwe’s top artists – Jah Prayzah, as well as opening other shows for Jimmy Nevis, Majozi and Matthew Mole. As well as being nominated for a Zimbabwe Achievers Award for “Music Artist of the Year” 2016, she also featured on the Mahogany Sessions – one of the UK’s most prestigious Music Channels. Gemma recently opened for Grammy Award winning UK artist Joss Stone.
Gemma’s interpretation of Winky D’s “Musarova Bigman” in 2016 was an overnight success, with over 94,000 youtube views within months of it’s release, becoming something of an anthem for Zimbabweans across the globe. A classically trained musician who studied commercial music in the USA, Gemma is an accomplished pianist and guitarist with a vast repertoire of self penned originals and covers. “Before her time, and beyond her years” – Kimble Rogers ZIFM radio is one way to describe Zimbabwean indie/folk artist Gemma Griffiths. “The 22 year Old’s voice holds a kind of vulnerability, that is so uniquely, unapologetically raw” – Alexander Bar.
Gemma’s collaboration on ‘Headlights’ with Swiss DJ Askery was signed to Spinnin’ Records and reached over 400,000 views on Youtube in it’s first month of release. As well as some other collaborations in the process, Gemma is currently recording her debut EP.
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Prime Circle are no strangers to touring and have been continuously raising the bar in efforts to expand their musical horizons and boundaries for many years now, the up coming three piece “STRIPPED” tour is no exception. Ross, Dale and Neil will be embarking on a national tour of difference they say, as the music is stripped down to its bare minimum getting to the root of the songs and their stories.
The reason for only having the three members and not the usual five is so that the band can get to play more intimate venues, fans will get to see the whites of their eyes as they lay down the music that has been apart of so many people’s lives and experiences.
This is definitely one to watch.
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Watershed – structured around singer, songwriter and instrumentalist Craig Hinds who has always felt he is a man with a positive message to convey and after teaching high school for two years while playing his own material out in smaller venues Craig decided to take the opportunity to form a band and make his voice and songs heard across the world.
Watershed’s travels have led them to perform at the prestigious South by South West Music festival in Austin Texas and Canadian Music week to various dates across Europe where their music is particularly well received in Germany, Austria and Switzerland after a radio DJ on holiday in South Africa heard “Indigo Girl” and thought it would enchant his listeners. He was absolutely right. The play listing of the song on the local German station quickly built momentum and lead to them to be picked up by EMI Germany who released “In The Meantime” and every album & single since.
Working with various producer’s the band had the opportunity to hone all the facets that make up a great album and the result is their ﬁnest work to date. The new album “Watch the Rain” tips the hat to the new-age country sound while still remaining grounded in the cultured acoustic rock that Watershed is known and loved for and the ﬁrst single off the album “Magical Energy” is already building momentum on the local South African charts. While the term Watershed is universally used to describe a turning point, a lesser known use is in broadcasting ﬁeld where it is used to describe the transition time when adult content can be shown and maybe now that’s a better ﬁt for a band that has matured and realised the strength and depth of their sound and trusted in their process and abilities. Watershed are 15 years in the making and nowhere near ready to stop.
Take a listen to –> Watershed – Watch the Rain
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Bottomless Coffee Band is a multi-instrumental, alternative duo consisting of married couple Lourens and Esté Rabé from Cape Town, South Africa. The group was formed as two students at Stellenbosch University. After completion of their studies, they both went into full time corporate careers; Lourens an Investment Analyst in the Asset Management industry whilst Esté headed up a corporate theatre company.
After releasing their debut album Room With A View at the end of 2014, BCB became crowd favourites for melodic storytelling and electrifying performances, inspiring the nostalgia of the folk rock legends of yesteryear. With foot stomping rhythms, hard hitting lyrics and hints of the dramatic, they are impressive to watch. They maintain a “feel good” atmosphere throughout their music and performance, as is their outlook on life.
The successful release lead to the couple both leaving their corporate careers to pursue a full-time career in music. With Lourens’ background in Rock ’n Roll and Esté’s training in drama and classical singing, this duo have formed something really unique in modern day music. After several successful tours in their home country, the band embarked on their first international tour in 2016 spanning over several countries in Europe and the UK.
The highly anticipated second album, Anthelia, is set to enthral listeners and take them on yet a new musical journey. The sound is a combination of folk and rock with hints of classical tones. Their latest songs tell the stories of living life to the full; love, disappointments, inequality, passion, tears, joy, time and memories are all themes throughout the album. They recently returned from their UK tour where they toured with Anthelia during September 2018 with great success. Lourens and Esté wish to inspire through their music and performances as they believe that music is a tool to unite and uplift
Have a listen…..https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6nOGgo8bz4c
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Dream Noise duo, Medicine Boy return to Café Roux to celebrate the release of their new album, Lower, which arrives October 5th on London-based label, Fuzz Club Records.
“Lower is a myriad of introspection and interpretation. There are wider themes, stranger worlds and deeper wells than before. It is some kind of attempt to draw comfort (however twisted) and companionship (however tainted) from chaos and confusion. It’s our attempt to find beauty in the underworld.”
As always with all their Café Roux shows, the set will focus on the more delicate, introverted side of their songs – “It’s as much about the noise as it is about the space in between.”
Medicine Boy will be joined onstage by Hezron Chetty (violin) and their longtime collaborator and musical partner, Werner von Waltsleben (drums).
Listen to Bottom of the Blue here – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ng7tuHmO7vQ
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Whether it be a full front performance, or a background set, your audience will definitely be in for a fun-filled, enjoyable performance, that caters to all crowds and age groups.
He adapts to the audience and sets the mood for the desired atmosphere. Doesn’t matter which type of event it is; what the client wants & requests, the client gets.
All performances are professionally delivered and top service is guaranteed.
There are many positive reviews about his performances, and clients are always happy & satisfied.
Keanu Harker, aged 22, is a very energetic and enthusiastic session musician, guitarist, singer, actor, teacher & performer, currently residing in Cape Town..
He is a self-taught, full time musician, who graduated as a Music Industry Specialist & the Top Performer from the Cape Music Institute (CMI) in 2015 in Cape Town, headed by Camillo Lombard; having no formal musical training prior to CMI.
He has worked alongside many well-known artists who are also personal friends. To mention a few local & international artists:
-Paxton (Idols SA winner)
-Craig Lucas (The Voice SA winner)
-Seth & Nirva (USA)
-Sarah Teibo (UK)
With too many events, venues and festivals to mention, Keanu is a familiar face to some prestigious stages, including:
-The Artscape Arena and Opera house.
-V&A Waterfront Amphitheater & Watershed.
-The Joy of Jazz festival in Johannesburg.
-Weekender festival in Arniston.
-Grandwest’s Grand Arena.
-District 6 Museum.
-Kfm Huawei K-Day.
-NueLight’s “The Gathering”.
-Cape Town Jazzathon.
Some productions & musicals under his belt include:
-The musical production “Celebrating the Life of Adam Small” working alongside director and producer, Natalia De Roche, also being invited back to perform in Adam Small’s honor at his memorial service.
-The “Viva D6 Queen” musical, as part of the Suidoosterfees in 2016, acting alongside Ivan Abrahams.
-3 month production at Ratanga Theme Park, as lead singer for Fusion Entertainment.
-MenSlay, concert for prostate cancer awareness where he was introduced as the “New Comer”.
-“Around The Fire”, part of the this Zabalaza Festival.
-Berklee Music Academy tribute to Nelson Mandela.
Some achievements to Keanu’s name, include:
-Winning the grand prize the Annual “Parow Centre Youth Talent Search” in 2015.
-Winning the grand prize at the BC Electronic singing competition.
-Best Singer at Battle of the Bands competition.
-Winning the overall Battle of the Bands competition, as best band, called “The Pedestrians” where he is the lead singer.
-He has a steady residency at the One & Only Hotel in Cape, where he performs alone with his guitar and a few back tracks.
-Teaches music at various schools and institutions, one of them being The Pnuematix Academy, a tertiary institution.
-Lead singer for the boy band “The Pedestrians”, who perform all over South Africa doing many different festivals and events.
-Guitarist & singer for the group “BassMint” who perform throughout the country.
-Known as one of Cape Town’s loved wedding singers.
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Shaped by the two oceans on the shores of South Africa, JPson has ridden the wave of life to Europe and defined a musical style that can best be described as “Fresh Folk”. Music that let’s you open up to the groove of the moment, whilst forgetting the troubles of daily life.
Having taught himself to play the guitar on the beaches of Cape Town, South Africa, JPson spent his youth surfing the Atlantic Ocean and exploring vast musical territory, yielding his very own sunbaked infusion of Folk & Roots music. Through his lyrics JPson shares the essence of life that drives him around the world and the lessons he learns whilst traveling. Not only is his music incredibly uplifting but his rhythms and beats will get you grooving in a festive and unifying spirit, bound to inspire reflection and new connection.
His latest EP“Coming Home” is the first official release of his musical career and expresses his belief: “Home Is where your heart is”.
Coming from Swiss and South African background, JPson left South Africa right after school to go discover his European roots. What seemed like a 10 – month joy trip away from home turned into a 10 – year journey around Europe, which JP refers to as his University of life. Through his travels he realized on a regular basis how he would constantly find peace within musical melodies.
Even though the life of a wary traveler can sometimes be extremely tiring, he would often gather warmth and support from the music he listened to and find guidance in the music he created.
Guidance that taught him how to open up, to be happy and live life to the fullest as it is a wonderful gift that should be cherished with every single heartbeat.
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