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Fly My Pretties Release a New Version of Classic



Fly My Pretties Release a New Version of Classic, “Singing in My Soul”

Fly My Pretties have released a new version of their iconic song, “Singing in My Soul”, which originally appeared on the collective’s debut album, Live At Bats.

Penned and performed by Age Pryor, the incredibly popular original version was a duet, featuring Age and Tessa Rain.

The new version, was performed and recorded live at Wellington’s St James theatre during the 2011 Fly My Pretties IV tour and features Age on lead vocals and guitar along with a selection of the talented male Fly My Pretties IV cast members including: Barnaby Weir, Fran Kora, Aaron Tokona, Ryan Prebble and Justin ‘Firefly’ Clarke.

Released on Friday 12 October 2012, “Singing in My Soul (Live at The St James)” is available as a single from iTunes and Bandcamp.

See the video for “Singing in My Soul (Live at the St James)” here:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7lZbaQUWcrQ

Check Flymypretties.com for all links and info.


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