Who’s that girl?
17:06 17 July 2012
Exmouth's Lorna Bryant as Annie Lennox
Songs and music by chart topping superstar Annie Lennox are to be performed by live tribute band Who’s That Girl? at the Exmouth Pavilion in mid September.
The show, organised to raise funds for Oxfam, is the must-see event of the year especially for fans of Annie Lennox and Eurythmics.
Exmouth’s very own Annie, in the shape of Lorna Bryant, is being joined on stage by a remarkable all-local seven-piece band. With powerful dynamic vocals and strong rich harmonies the band will evoke spine tingling memories of Annie Lennox’s finest.
Lorna spoke about the importance of the event: “Oxfam are one of the most important charities in Britain. Like everyone they struggle for funds especially in the current economic climate.”
The live fundraiser, organised by singer Lorna, is taking place at the Exmouth Pavilion on Friday, September 14, at 8pm. Tickets on sale now from Exmouth Pavilion 01395 222477, www.ledtickets.co.uk
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