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Musically speaking

It was also a first for the Zululand Remedial Centre thanks to their choir teacher. Marlize heard me perform “One Last Breath” at my June gig in the Bay and so liked it she wanted to teach the choir to sing it. So we took it a step further and asked the choir to join us at the gig. The kids were great – some were a little pale with fear others with excitement but they settled into the swing of things like a pros. To all the kids – I wish you all the good things that life has to offer – love, health and happiness – the other stuff is the cherry on the top.

The youngest member of my audience in Richards Bay – her parents say she loves the track “Stay” so they’ve dedicated it to her.