Governance credibility through elections, not security forces – The Island

The past few weeks have been a very busy time for the new look Mirage outfit, as we gear up for the big night on Friday December 2nd, featuring Donald Pilles (leader/vocals/drums), Benjy (bass) ), Niro Wattaladeniya (guitar), Viraj Cooray (guitar/vocals), Asangi Wickramasinghe (keyboards/vocals), and two frontline female vocalists, Sharon (Lulu) and Christine.

They are fully immersed in their practice sessions and want to wow fans, music lovers and well-wishers on opening night … at the Berjaya Hotel, Peacock, Mount Lavinia.

The action kicks off at 8pm, followed by 5 hours of great music with EFFEX DJs Widhara and Damien.

Yes, opening night is for the whole family, so there’s no need to keep some of your family members, especially the children, at home.

Bassist Benji, who is working on Friday’s repertoire, said, “What we offer is going to be something special with lots of action on stage.”

It will be interesting to see Sharon (Lulu) do her work on Mirage during her early days with the Gypsies, and Sharon’s dynamic performance is one that’s in store for anyone who makes it to Peacock. I hear that this Friday

Edward (Eddie) Joseph (middle) with Donald and Benji

While the band was doing one of their practice sessions, they had a surprise visitor last week. This is Edward (Eddy) Joseph. Edward (Eddy) Joseph is a former member of the group Steelers, now based in Germany.

Eddy is here for a short time and will be back in Germany tomorrow (30th).

He spent an hour at a Mirage practice session and states that he is disappointed not to be able to attend the group’s opening night.

But on Friday night, well-known personalities from the showbiz scene, such as Sohan Weerasinghe and Joey Lewis (who hails from London), may get to experience the Mirage sound in a new look.

Rajiv Sebastian also wants to join us for this fun evening.

If you need to check again, contact Benjy on 0777356356… Check out our plans for AWESOME FRIDAY! Governance credibility through elections, not security forces – The Island

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