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Don't miss the Rose Ensemble and Piffaro, Wednesday, Nov. 15 at Chenery Auditorium at 7 p.m. This is a concert you will be talking about for a long time. We're still fondly remembering the Rose Ensemble performance from 2016.From October 20, 2017 Concert "Welcome the People: Musical Legacy of the Reformation" featuring guest artists The Rose Ensemble Videography by Sharon Torello ...

The Michigan Festival of Sacred Music prides itself on the bringing the best of sacred music from around the world to Kalamazoo. And sometimes it's already here. So looking forward to this concert. Dawud Wharnsby and The Red Sea Pedestrians 7:00 pm, Nov. 16, Dalton Theatre, Fine Arts Building, Kalamazoo Canadian born poet and songwriter Dawud Wharnsby began sharing his songs with audiences as a street performer in his late teens. Over two decades later, his career as a troubadour has yielded a string of fifteen solo albums, five poetry anthologies, numerous sound-track credits, performances in some of the world’s most prestigious theatres and collaborations with several celebrated artists (Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee Yusuf/Cat Stevens). The Red Sea Pedestrians are a full-blown, instrument-swapping fusion between tradition and the here-and-now. We’re talkin’ high-energy world- beat grooves, hypnotic laments from the earth, songs of celebration and wonder; a warped and beautiful blend of American Roots, Rock, Klezmer, Gypsy, Classical and Jazz, all filtered through the band’s original vision. The RSP are a melting pot of six distinct singer/songwriter/multi- instrumentalists, almost a self-contained variety show."Tied to the Wheel"/"Magic Alex" 7" vinyl and MP3 download available at www.earthworkmusic.com visit us at: www.redseapedestrians.com video produced by Rhino... ...

Dawud Wharnsby and The Red Sea Pedestrians
7:00 pm, Nov. 16, Dalton Theatre, Fine Arts Building, Kalamazoo Canadian born poet and songwriter Dawud Wharnsby began sharing his songs with audiences as a street performer in his late teens. Over two decades later, his career as a troubadour has yielded a string of fifteen solo albums, five poetry anthologies, numerous sound-track credits, performances in some of the world’s most prestigious theatres and collaborations with several celebrated artists (Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee Yusuf/Cat Stevens). The Red Sea Pedestrians are a full-blown, instrument-swapping fusion between tradition and the here-and-now. We’re talkin’ high-energy world- beat grooves, hypnotic laments from the earth, songs of celebration and wonder; a warped and beautiful blend of American Roots, Rock, Klezmer, Gypsy, Classical and Jazz, all filtered through the band’s original vision. The RSP are a melting pot of six distinct singer/songwriter/multi- instrumentalists, almost a self-contained variety show.

buff.ly/2zfT8sb?This is a fast rhythm nasyeed.. yet catchy.. what did i do today? i did help someone.. hehe.. i did the clip for hari persatuan activities for english club.....
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Dawud Wharnsby and The Red Sea Pedestrians
7:00 pm, Nov. 16, Dalton Theatre, Fine Arts Building, Kalamazoo Canadian born poet and songwriter Dawud Wharnsby began sharing his songs with audiences as a street performer in his late teens. Over two decades later, his career as a troubadour has yielded a string of fifteen solo albums, five poetry anthologies, numerous sound-track credits, performances in some of the world’s most prestigious theatres and collaborations with several celebrated artists (Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee Yusuf/Cat Stevens). The Red Sea Pedestrians are a full-blown, instrument-swapping fusion between tradition and the here-and-now. We’re talkin’ high-energy world- beat grooves, hypnotic laments from the earth, songs of celebration and wonder; a warped and beautiful blend of American Roots, Rock, Klezmer, Gypsy, Classical and Jazz, all filtered through the band’s original vision. The RSP are a melting pot of six distinct singer/songwriter/multi- instrumentalists, almost a self-contained variety show.Nice song for Dawud Wharnsby
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