Mike Marinus Playing Live at Tanz Cafe
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Mike Marinus Playing Live at Tanz Cafe

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Mike Marinus playing live at Tanz Café, opening for Lonehill Estate (one of the top live performing bands in South African).

Mike Marinus has been performing as a solo artist for the past 15 years and has fronted many local bands in Gauteng. He is a trained vocalist and guitarist with a repertoire that includes anything from Sammy Davis Jr to Kings of Leon. The vibe he creates is family friendly and relaxed, making this option ideal for just about any situation.

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