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Siren and Jeff - Duo | Canada, Ontario

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Country: Canada
Based In: Canada, Ontario
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Singer-Songwriter and Performer. 20 million collective views on YouTube. She has amassed an online following from her powerful and angelic voice. Coupled with her talented guitarist, this duo has a versatile repertoire ranging from Adele to Frank Sinatra.
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