Vusi Mahlasela

New Album From Vusi Mahlasela Out Today

World-troubadour and widely celebrated poet-activist Vusi Mahlasela is celebrating his two-decade long career milestone with the release of Sing to the People available online and in stores today, January 8th, 2013. The album was recorded live at the Lyric Theatre in Johannesburg, South Africa and features a joyous collection of songs written over Vusi’s impressive career.

Vusi Mahlasela | Sing to the People | New Music Review

If much of the news coming out of the media in recent weeks, months or years has made you sick to your stomach or weakened your faith in humanity, Vusi Mahlasela’s, Sing to the People, has the cure for much of what may be ailing you. Vusi’s album is a call to celebrate the best of life and full of songs motivating us to recognize and appreciate the love that surrounds us all.

Vusi Mahlasela To Release Live Album + US Tour

Twenty years ago, folk-singer, world-troubadour and widely celebrated poet-activist Vusi Mahlasela, simply known as “The Voice”, recorded his first album, When You Come Back

Amos Lee @ The Boulder Theater | 2/5/11 | Review

Boulder sure loves them some Amos Lee. The singer/songwriter from Philadelphia turned up the heat for Saturday’s sold out audience at the Boulder Theater. Lee’s sweet blend of Folk and R&B, spanning four studio albums, fully satiated his devout Colorado audience.

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Béla Fleck & the Africa Project: More than a Concert

In December of 2004 I saw Béla Fleck & the Flecktones at the Water Street Music Hall in Rochester.  At that show Béla made a mention of his plans which at that time included traveling to Africa to research the roots of the banjo.  This intrigued me as I had just been to Morocco and seen banjos being played out in the square, a sight I was not expecting, and as I also have a large amount of family in Africa.