YolanDa Brown is an award-winning saxophonist who has spent several years on the jazz circuit as a soloist and touring with some of the biggest names in music. She is about to embark on a nationwide tour called Reggae Love Songs where she will be joined by will be special guest performers including Lemar, Omar, Mica Paris and Destiny’s Child’s Michelle Williams.
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YolanDa Brown’s Reggae Love Songs Tour kicks off today and will end with an extra London date on 15th November at The Barbican. For more information, please visit her website.
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