Estas Tonne & Reka Fodor @ VDU Kaunas 2014 [HD] Part II

 On 2014 tour Estas Tonne visit Lithuania yet again. This time Reko Fodor joined him on this musical adventure. The City’s of Vilnius & Kaunas has a chance to see the Concert of two Beautiful Souls.

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