Zarni de Wet

Published by March 29, 2010 7:02 pm Leave your thoughts

Zarni de Wet, a native of South Africa, immigrated to Johnson City New York at age ten where her music career got kick started in the prestigious Grammy Signature Johnson City High School Music Department.¬†With a down to earth and charming stage persona, Zarni’s warm voice wears honest, heartfelt, and fresh lyrics right on the sleeve.

This singer/songwriter has shared the stage with Mary Lambert, Jillette Johnson, Ari Hest, Liz Longley, Seth Glier, Jenn Grinels and many more.

“You Get Me High”
“You Don’t Have to Stay”
“Tell The Kids”
“Friday Night Lights”
“Could Be”

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