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Sunday, May 11, 2008

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Eiran

Ow yeah. Timo has performed in New York but he was part of the team then but his enrpeiexce has definetly impacted greatly in the plans having the team trying to get as nuch appearances as possible outside the Cape region.Last year after Taycee's passing we picked up and headed to the Eastern Cape to a small town called Cala. A local radio station has been supporting Alicelibo Music since 2008 when we started sending them material.They invited us over and we gave a killer performance. The\ greatest enrpeiexce about it all was having different artists from the samll towns around the small cities opening up the gig for us and the support they shown to these Cape borners.The challenges of having gigs outside our region is basically accomodation and transport enrpeiexced by those requesting us to visit and perform in their ares.Other than than we always find a way to make the exeperience as smooth as possible.

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