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Guam Micronesia Island Fair Preview, Part 3

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by Joan Aguon Charfauros

Guam - All week long, KUAM's been highlighting some of the sights and sounds of this year's Guam Micronesia Island Fair. Today we feature local musical group - The Sirens.

Are you ready to submerge yourself in amazing vocals? The sirens are: lead vocalists: Leah Fejarang, Dee Uehara, Kayla Del Rosario, Shannon Alejandro, Shari Dominique, rhythm guitar Koleena Alvarez, lead guitar: Mike Mendiola, keyboards: Oston Saralu, drums: Jesse Alianza, and bass Drew Chamberlain. Alvarez explains how this group of talented musicians was formed. "The band was originally me and Kayla, and we just met the others and had so much chemistry - we just formed The Sirens," she explained.

They describe the music they play as being eclectic and that it appeals to every music lover. "Our music is very versatile, pop, whatever you guys like," she said.

And the sirens are definitely excited to take the stage at the 27th Annual Guam Micronesia Island Fair noting this is the first time playing for such a big audience. "Is an honor to perform an island fair, "our first big performance."

Humbled and honored being asked to perform at the GMIF, the girls feel such an event is truly important.

If you want to listen to the vocal stylings of The Sirens, you can catch them on Friday, April 25th when they take the stage at 8pm.

The 27th annual GMIF opens on Friday, April 25th at 9am to 9pm and continues on Saturday, April 26th and Sunday April 27th from noon to 9pm at the Governor Joseph Flores Memorial Park. It is sure to be fun for the whole family.
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