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  • ed-salveReyFort Media Group Sponsors Concert Series. Naturally gifted and born to perform, Tyson Venegas, Abigail Henick and Iris Woo are three incredible singers that will each be performing their first live con­certs at the Java Jazz Bistro Restaurant , 412- 6th Street, New Westminster, BC and phone no. is 778-668-9643. Mentored by jazz queen Salve Dayao, they will be featured in special Valentine’s week events. It’s a once in a lifetime op­portunity to be there, in the beginning, to share in their first live concert.

    Tyson Venegas – the next coming of Michael Buble. Throw in a mix of Michael Jackson and Frank Sinatra and you have the new phenomenon of the millennial. At only eight years old, Tyson’s vocal strengths and adeptness to diverse adult contemporary music brings delight to your ears, as well as his stage presence, is a sight to behold for such a young man- child. A multi-awarded singer, on February 14th, 2014, Tyson will be performing his first solo performance. This is the show of shows.

    Abigail Henick – with a gentle breath from God’s lips, an angel’s voice was be­stowed upon a young lady to bring forth happiness to the hearts of her audience. Abigail’s soulful voice will put a spell on you. An old soul of 12, her repertoire of songs will amaze you as she covers these songs in her way. A recent winner in the PNT finals, Abigail’s concert will be on February 15th, 2014. A must see!

    Iris Woo – a diamond in the rough. The voice that will captivate your heart and ex­cite your senses, you’ll yearn for more. On stage, Iris oozes sexiness which demands your every attention. From the first word to the last, you won’t be able to take your eyes off of her. Remember the voice, haunting and alluring that will touch your soul. you will feel goosebumps, your knees weaken. On February 13th, 2014, this will be Iris’ first concert performing live with the Ed Dayao Trio. It’s all about the voice!

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