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Lonehill Estate Playing Live at Tanz Cafe
South Africa

Lonehill Estate playing live at Tanz Café, voted the best live music venue in 2009!

Lonehill Estate is a top live performing band in South Africa, who burst onto the music scene in 2005, and have represented South Africa on the international stage.

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Uploaded: 03/02/2012
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Tags: tanz cafe; live; music; band; night club; restaurant; pub; bar
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