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SUN FM presents Boyce Avenue Live in Colombo in association with Hutch

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Hutch    Telecommunications,  Sri Lanka’s preferred choice for mobile broadband services, is starting the New Year on a celebratory note by collaborating with Sun FM to proudly present the popular American band, Boyce Avenue, Live In Concert, on 9 February at the Taj South Lawn in Colombo. 

Boyce Avenue is a popular American pop band, formed by brothers Alejandro Luis Manzano, Daniel Enrique Manzano and Fabian Rafael Manzano. Elite Colombo audiences will be treated to the band’s original music as well as covers of CHR and classic songs belted out by Boyce Avenue. 

Hutch Head of Sales and Marketing Ramzeena Morseth Lye states: “We are delighted to join Sun FM, the number one radio station, in presenting Boyce Avenue to the Sri Lankan audience. They are a part of the millennial wave of artistes and will definitely connect with our millennials and Gen Z as well as all music enthusiasts for an evening of great music. Hutch is a brand that appeals to the youth in Sri Lanka and supports their evolving lifestyles. Having acquired Etisalat Sri Lanka in December 2018, Hutch has completed the merger of the two operations and combined the existing 2G and 3G networks with a rollout out of Sri Lanka’s most advanced 4G technology covering 90% of the population nationwide.  The network expansion has resulted in an increased number of sites overall with Colombo now having double the number it originally did thus offering  both 078 and 72 subscribers a superior coverage experience.” “Formed in 2004, Sarasota, Florida’s Boyce Avenue is part of the millennial wave of artists who have used the Internet, rather than extensive touring, to get their music out to the masses. The brothers showcased their emotive, radio-friendly music on YouTube with a series of videos of them performing acoustic versions of their own songs as well as covers. In 2013, they joined the American version of The X Factor television series as vocal coaches and released the concert album Live in Los Angeles. By that same year, they had hit one billion views on YouTube, amassing millions of subscribers in the process. 

“This concert by Boyce Avenue is a great way to kick off the New Year on a musical note to bring people together.”

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