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May 15, 2021

When the Sun shines on music

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Sun Hyland, Sphinx Rock Cafe, Sunday

Sun has been singing and writing music since he first picked up a guitar at high school. Several bands, many songs and hundreds of live performances later, Sun has finally recorded an album. Sun’s best gigs have probably been around a campfire, and it is in this spirit that he has decided to share his music through vocal workshops, the new album and performances at festivals and special events. Sun firmly believes that what he has to offer the world is to bring joy, openheartedness and enlightenment through a genuine sharing of uplifting music.

Bring the love and catch Sun at the Sphinx Rock Cafe on Sunday.

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=43Kd9BTpgOc


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