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Say happy birthday with Skype and The Parlotones

Make all your happy birthday greetings super memorable this year. Get together with The Parlotones and create a group video greeting with the new Say it with Skype app.

“We can’t even remember what our coolest birthday card has been,” says the band, but adds: “We’re avid Skype users, so Say it with Skype is a great opportunity to be involved with a product that has become very much a part of our lives as a traveling band.”

The Parlotones have been selling out concerts in Europe and their home country of South Africa and even shared the stage with Shakira and Alicia Keys at the 2010 World Cup Kickoff concert.

But what we love most about Kahn, Paul, Glen and Neil, are their generous hearts. From donating show proceeds in order to help end brutal Rhinoceros poaching, to streaming live concerts on YouTube for all to enjoy, this band definitely has a big heart.

So do like The Parlotones. Open your heart up and sing a lovely happy birthday to a special friend. It’s easy — just, Say it with Skype.

Don’t miss out on their latest musical release Eavesdropping On The Songs of Whales.

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Experience more on The Parlotones at www.facebook.com/theparlotones

Upcoming concert dates:

Nov 24: Club Citta – Kawasaki, Japan
Nov 25: Sandton Convention Center – Johannesburg, South Africa
Dec 2: South African State Theater – Pretoria, South Africa
Dec 11: Kirstenbosch – Cape Town, South Africa
Dec 28: Port Alfred High School
Dec 29: The Wavehouse – Johannesburg, SA

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