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Saybhan’s Society Band

Saybhan Samat is a musician different from many others in his trade. His band which calls itself ‘Saybhan and the Society Band’ plays a special brand of therapeutic music designed to provide relief to mental patients, sickly people, depressed prisoners, injured soldiers and alcoholics.

The band plays especially for children living in orphanages, residents in elder’s homes, school children and also at social occasions such as weddings and get together.

The band includes Louise Anandappa, daughter of the inimitable and immortal Gerry Crake herself a very talented musician, Roy De Silva, a very talented musician and a key board specialist and guitar specialist as well as the outstanding Darlen Perera on guitar and vocals.

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