Lira has broken several records in South Africa, and she is definitely an artist who epitomizes the type of musicianship that we celebrate at Grown Folks Music. If this is your first time hearing of Lira, her music brings to mind some of your favorite smooth jazz/smooth r&b artists. Settle in with a cup of coffee or tea and listen in as Lira discusses everything from her latest worldwide cd release to the two male solo artists she would like to collaborate with to how the end of apartheid inspired her songwriting.
Soul Sister is a truly passionate about her music. The right song can instantly uplift her mood to turn a not so great day into a party. Her passion for music has also caused her to verbally come to the defense of some of her favorite artists. Don't worry- it was a peaceful defense, and the transgressors were uninjured.
The love of music has led to the wonderful opportunity to share her thoughts with the Grown Folks Music family. When not blogging, Soul Sister is either engrossed in a book, discovering new music or revisiting classic music. Even though her vast cd collection spans decades, the music of the 1990's holds a special place in her heart. She resides in the Southern US.
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