Lana Crowster makes her big NYC dreams come true, and wants to give back to local musos

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Lana Crowster
Lana Crowster
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With a stellar 20-year career in music and having shared the stage with the likes of Josh Groban, George Benson and Karen Zoid - South African vocal powerhouse, Lana Crowster now prepares to attend New York University to pursue her Masters degree in Music Business.

Lana, who appeared in the first season of The Voice South Africa, is also the founder of The Lady Day Big Band, South Africa's first all-women big band. 

Speaking to Channel24, Lana says that after completing her studies and returning to South Africa, she hopes to give back to the music community. "I aim to share this information with young creatives, especially young women, so that they can make their way through the industry without making too many mistakes," she says. 

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