Together for one year

De Lanerolle Bros celebrate their journey of song with a concert

It’s been a busy year for the De Lanerolle Brothers since they launched out on their own- concert tours to Austria and Singapore, the launch of their website and regular shows, the latest a performance for literature lovers at the Galle Lit Festival in January.

Now it’s time to celebrate. The occasion? Their first anniversary. And they will do it in style with ‘LIVE 2’ a sit down dinner concert on March 3 at Waters Edge at 7 p.m. This concert will showcase the brilliance of the brothers in harmony as they take the stage for one of those "nights to remember" singing well known and much loved songs from the 60's - 80's coupled with some surprises in real showbiz style.

The Brothers since the launch concert ‘LIVE 1’ which still lives in people’s hearts and minds have toured Switzerland, performing in Geneva, Graz, Austria, in London and Singapore. They performed for the largest business community ball in Styria, Austria which had an audience of over 2500 and brought Singaporeans to their feet last December with a virtuoso performance.

The brothers who are very popular amongst the corporate and business world are making their way to international markets. On the cards are tours to Malaysia and USA this year. See their website for more - :

‘LIVE 2’ is sponsored by Singer and Dialog (Platinum), Union Bank (Gold) & Taylors Brew (Silver) and Yes-FM, MTV and The Wijeya Group. Tickets are available at Waters Edge and Park Street Mews since opening to the public last Friday.

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