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Outerbridge to open for Beach Boys

Bermudian singer Bailey Outerbridge will next week open for legendary singing group The Beach Boys at a fundraising gala in Stamford, Conneticut.

The June 1 gala, hosted by Kathie Lee and Frank Gifford, will benefit Dana’s Angels Research Trust (DART), which funds research into Neimann-Pick Type C, a rare genetic metabolic disorder.

The 19-year-old will be performing a duet at the event, singing alongside Caroline Jones.

Ms Outerbridge last year opened for Grammy winner Natalie Cole at the gala, performing a song she wrote herself called “Smile”.

She has previously recorded several songs including “All a Blur” for the Bermudian music compilation ‘Ride the Wave 2’ and performed a cover of Beatles classic “Revolution” for the Bermuda John Lennon Tribute Album.

She is now recording songs for her debut album, and preparing for a solo concert in Bermuda, to be led on July 19.

The DART benefit will take place at the Palace Theatre in Stamford. Tickets are available at www.danasangels.org and www.scalive.org.

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Published May 29, 2013 at 9:00 am (Updated May 28, 2013 at 10:20 pm)

Outerbridge to open for Beach Boys

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