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Zahir Sanosi and Farizwan Farjari’s Music Event!


Zahir Sanosi and Farizwan aka SpeakCryptic are in the band, I am David Sparkle and they are involve in this upcoming music event by Aging Youth.

ON FB: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=22767851828

Aging Youth Records is putting together our annual flagship event ‘Spread The Love’ on Sunday 23 November 2008 at the Substation Guinness Theatre.

It will be a fundraiser in aid of the Asian Women’s Welfare Association (AWWA) Early Years Centre. All proceeds will go to fund the Centre’s educational programmes.

The AWWA Early Years Centre offers early intervention programmes and individual therapy consultations for infants and young children under 5 with special needs.

Early intervention means a support system of special intervention and therapy services for infants or children. He or she will participate in small group activities to promote interaction skills. In addition, the child may receive individual attention from a therapist to encourage specific skill development.

For more information, please log onto:

http://www.awwa.org.sg/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=122&Itemid=288

Doors open at 3pm. Tickets go for S$15 at the door.

Flash the entry wristbands at Timbre @ The Substation on the event date to enjoy 15% off food items.

Spread The Love is sponsored by The Substation and Lee Kwong Seng. We are also supported by Timbre and SOFT.

The line-up of performers is as follows:

Anna Judge April
Allura
A Vacant Affair
I Am David Sparkle
B-Quartet
Zero Sequence
marchtwelve

About isk

Impulsive, obsessive-compulsive, and potentially psychic.

2 comments on “Zahir Sanosi and Farizwan Farjari’s Music Event!

  1. mikkiel
    November 13, 2008

    The singapore music scene has really improved a lot with the local bands taking bigger presence. I think there’s a wide selection of stuff at singapore shopping directory that you can check out. Have a great day.

  2. SCYA
    November 16, 2008

    dear mikkiel,

    tats right, the scene has changed but in some ways the mentality hasnt so we all have to hold on for another 10 yrs or so.

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