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Caron Wheeler live in Manchester

Caron Wheeler live in Manchester

Born in England in 1962, Wheeler was raised in Jamaica, her mother a singer with a Jamaican drama company and her father a bass player. Starting out as the lead singer of reggae bands Brown Sugar and Afrodiziac, Caron was working full time in a library.

She eventually made it big by joining legendary British band Soul II Soul and went onto global success with hits like 'Back to life'.

Caron has also worked with artists such as Phil Collins, Erasure, and Elvis Costello.

On a rare Manchester performance she is to appear at The Milton Club,Deansgate on Fri July 10th.

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Published: 2-Jul-2015

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