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Teen named best original artist at awards ceremony

PUBLISHED: 09:55 27 May 2018 | UPDATED: 09:55 27 May 2018

Teenage Breeze Redwine, who released her first single at 13, won the best original artist gong at the South East Music Awards. Photo: Jamie Andrews

Teenage Breeze Redwine, who released her first single at 13, won the best original artist gong at the South East Music Awards. Photo: Jamie Andrews

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A teenager has been left gobsmacked after fighting off the competiton to win a best original artist award.

Breeze Redwine, from Startson, picked up the gong at the South East Entertainment Awards ahead of a summer fully booked with gigs, but she must finish her GCSEs first.

The 15-year-old is weeks away from finishing her exams at Archbishop Sancroft High School and then she will embark on a series of gigs including the Stradisphere Festival in Stradbroke.

Her mum Jackie Redwine said: “We were absolutely gobsmacked when Breeze won the award, we don’t know how she got involved with it and it was a shock as we had gone along for the experience but never expected to win.”

Alongside her summer filled with gigs Breeze is also working on a top secret project set to be released in conjunction with Norfolk Day.


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