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Treat for Geyer fans

Felix Chaudhary
Friday, April 25, 2014

RENEE Geyer's biggest hit in the country was the smash hit from her 1981 album Get Lucky titled Say I Love You.

The song, Geyer's biggest hit ever, took her to the top of the Australian music charts and also swept through the country like a musical tsunami.

Fans will get an opportunity to see an icon in the Australasian music industry live for the first time when she appears in the Fiji International Jazz & Blues Festival which kicks off on May 1.

Geyer said she was looking forward to playing to an international audience in Fiji.

"I have always been in love with Fiji but I have never performed there," she said.

"The thought of singing under a Fijian moon to an audience of people from all over the world, sends shivers up my spine."

The Fiji Times is the print partner for the festival.








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