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Juno nominee Alysha Brilla performs at the News Café

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Rising Tanzanian-Canadian soul-folk singer/songwriter Alysha Brilla, a 2014 Juno nominee, will join Free Press music writer Jen Zoratti at the News Café on Thursday at 2:30 p.m. for a chat about her nomination and her fresh sound.

Brilla's full-length debut, 2013's In My Head, is up for adult contemporary album of the year thanks to its seamless, sun-kissed blend of pop, world, jazz and blues. Brilla, who plays guitar, piano and djembe, weaves her Tanzanian heritage into her music; on the summertime jam Nobody she sings in Swahili.

Brilla will be performing at Le Garage Café at midnight on Friday as part of JunoFest.

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition March 26, 2014 D3

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