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The Lauren Powell Band Live - 7 March 2014 - The River Club, Cape Town

04 Feb 2014

Support Gary Powell, one of TSiBA’s 2014 Argus Cycle Team members by booking a ticket to this great benefit.

All proceeds will go towards scholarships at TSiBA.

For more information please call Gary Powell on 082 961 4025 OR email .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
 
The Lauren Powell Band have been playing together for the past fifteen years - despite their lead singer only being 21 years of age. Comfortably blending styles as diverse as Mumford & Sons, The Indigo Girls, Crosby Stills & Nash, and Taylor Swift, Lauren Powell mesmerises audiences with her beauty and lifts them with her unique voice the minute she takes to the stage. Blending acoustic guitar, fiddle and percussion, the Lauren Powell Band is the perfect sundowner band, guaranteed to get audiences kicking off their shoes and dancing on the grass.

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