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Youthful group

Ana Madigibuli
Tuesday, May 20, 2014

THE All Back Home 2014 music event is expected to bring in energetic, experienced and youthful musicians from around the world to play and showcase exceptional pure local and international music for charity.

The line-up of artists to be part of the All Back Home music event this year are Victor Rounds, Ken Janson, George Knight, Niko Bulai, Tom Mawi, David Rounds, Makare, Laisa Vulakoro, Seru Serevi and many others.

The music event will endeavour to gather about 30 well recognised, respected and seasoned musicians from around the world to perform in Fiji and to raise funds for the St Giles Hospital.

ABH2014 executive Nesbitt Hazelman said this year they would h introduce younger musicians.








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