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    In February 2013 both Olivia Lloyd and Paul Everett were successful candidates for a cover band audition in downtown Toronto, which was to be the start of a strong working musical relationship. The couple later formed an acoustic duet as a means to express their love for playing live together. Through performing together they developed a strong friendship and later became a romantic couple! Paul Everett and Olivia Lloyd, or Pj & Oli are an acoustic duet in the Barrie area covering easy-listening Soul, Funk, 70s/80s Motown and Jazz, all with a soft groove. Using well-rounded acoustic arrangements and soulful vocals, Pj & Oli are in the business of the creative re-organization of the songs you already know and love! Stevie Wonder, Prince, Chaka Khan, Michael Jackson, Jamiroquai, Level 42, Tina Turner, Etta James, Eva Cassidy, Frank Sinatra and plenty more. Pj & Oli generate both the soul and energy of a five piece group! Seeking to provide smaller venues with an upbeat background, Pj and Oli are gaining speed with a duet which offers classic live music for all to enjoy.
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    My Music Begins Here; My Voice, Piano and Hi-hat; a musical blend of life's emotions. Losing my physical strength set my music free. My music is an expression of my life. It’s how I reach others on common ground. It is my voice, it is in my soul. It comes in many forms, each are unique. I have been lost, hopeless and even given up. Looking for answers, finding purpose, a reasons to continue; sometimes all it takes is one moment of light, a glimmer of hope, to find the courage to struggle on. Music is my light even when all seems dark. When I play I am surrounded by light, love and positivity. RDC
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    I am a pop singer/songwriter. What puts me aside form other artists is that I'm not afraid to cross all the boundaries to get my message across.
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    Hi, I am recording artist, singer songwriter, and vocal instructor Rhayne.