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King David holds court
After ten years David Michael Rudder will do his first major full length concert on local soil on June 29, at the Queen’s Park Savannah, Port-of-Spain. Billed as Rudder 6.0, the production promises to...
Read more at The Trinidad Guardian
Mick Jagger's world music playlist
There wasn’t much African music, apart from North Africa, but that hasn’t stopped Mick from picking up on the various sounds coming out of West Africa. One voice that caught his attention was Mali’s...
Read more at Daily Telegraph
Leaders address empty chairs
When French President Francois Hollande and European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso stood up to deliver their speeches at the African Union's 50th birthday party in Addis Ababa's Millennium...
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Olufemi: Reed between the lions
Nigerian-born Afrobeat saxophonist Olufemi has chosen Johannesburg as his base mainly because of the city’s tag as a “gateway to the world”. The move seems to be working for the self-proclaimed...
Read more at Mail & Guardian
A Taste of Angola At the Warehouse Theatre
Music lovers will be treated to an exclusive taste of African music when Angolan Afro-pop musician Helder Mendes and his five-piece band perform at the Warehouse Theatre this Friday evening. Hailing...
Read more at AllAfrica.com
Greg Tate on Go-Go, Burnt Sugar the Arkestra Cham...
Greg Tate always thinks big. Readers of the Village Voice probably remember Tate for his music writing—as acritic at the paper from 1987 to 2003, Tate tossed street slang, academic lingo, and literary...
Read more at Washington City Paper
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