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Mike Marinus Playing Live at Tanz Cafe
South Africa

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