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Monday 27th November 2017

August Rain's keyboard player/vocalist Denise Bowen dies

Denise Goes Home

THE GEORGIA-based band August Rain whose "Show Me Your Light" and "iLove" were Cross Rhythms playlist hits in 2013, have lost their keyboard player and backup vocalist Denise Bowen. Denise, who recently found out that she had an advanced form of bile duct cancer, passed away on 22nd November. August Rain have released the single "Hold On" from their most recent mini-album 'Mercy! Mercy!' in dedication to Denise's life. Read a band statement, "All of the proceeds from any airplay or downloads of the song go towards the medical bills accumulated. If the amount to pay her medical bills is exceeded, we encountered a number of patients unable to pay their bills for their medical care for cancer so we would forward that to those families." CR

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Posted by Charles Carter in Conyers Georgia @ 23:46 on Jan 11 2018

I am so sorry to hear of Denise passing away. I just heard of it day before yesterday. I was married to Stephanie McVey,, Denise' piano/keyboard teacher, who also has passed. I can envision Stephanie and Denise playing together tonight, both of them out of pain and both of them in perfect peace. My condolences to all the family, husband and friends, I know this is a hard time for all of you, soon, death will be no more, Soon there will be no sorrow. Christ is knocking at the door, all the suffering of all of the past, will be forgotten in just one tomorrow

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