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Sounds Like: Sade, Steel Pulse, No Doubt, ALIKA & NUEVA ALIANZA, Selah Sue
Label: Asteria Records, Asteria Records
Razteria can be described as a Fusion of early No Doubt and Sade. Her music unites Reggae, passionate Latin grooves and Rock, powerful messages and musical genius. Described as “musically adventurous” and “a one of a kind breaking of all rules” (C. Foster, Reggae Update, getthebeat.com... See Full BioMore Info
Empress Meditations is a collective of conscious female artists of reggae, and world music singing music featuring Razteria (razteria.com) and Queen Makedah (queenmakedah.com). We are throwing live concert to honor all fathers and celebrate with music, friends, and community. For more info about Empress Meditations go to www.empressmeditations.com.
The WorldFest 2014 Earth Day Festival will be held on Sunday, May 18th, 2014, from 10:30am to 7:00pm, at the beautiful outdoor setting of Woodley Park in Lake Balboa, CA. We will welcome our attendees to a magnificent day filled with entertainment, education and enlightenment. The combination of great music, empowering speakers, environmental, humanitarian and animal welfare non-profits, kid's activities and a delicious food court make for an earth-friendly experience that is sure to be inspiring and enjoyable for all. Here's What's Happening at WorldFest this Year: Main Stage - bigger-name bands and celebrity speakers. Earth Lounge - singer/songwriters, jazz, rock, funk, and world music groups and poets. EcoTent - speakers, discussions, and displays about sustainable living and current environmental issues Healthy Hut - speakers, discussions, and displays about health including yoga, meditation & cooking demos. Animal Pavilion - films, speakers, and displays about the human-animal relationship FixFest, a low cost spay or neuter clinic for local pets by licensed veterinarians in professionally outfitted mobile units Art Avenue - Engaging art work with a message of sustainability, humane issues or environmentalism Exhibitors - more than 100 companies and organizations showcasing their products or eco- and animal-friendly messages. Kids' Kingdom- storytelling, face painting, and children's entertainers and other activities! Oasis Beer and Wine Garden brought to you by the Lagunitas Brewing Company - Refresh yourself in the Oasis located near the Main Stage! Animal Adoptions - dogs, cats, rabbits and lots of animals looking for good homes! ATM Access: There is an ATM machine on the grounds of WorldFest. Bring your own water bottle to WorldFest for FREE FILTERED DRINKING WATER! Free water* at WorldFest! We are pleased to say that this year we have Ecowater Systems filtering our water for us. Please stop by the booth for more information. (* water is free if you bring your own cup or bottle. We will also be selling steel bottles and you can get a compostable cup for $1.
Bombino + Renee Asteria/Razteria + Golden Arrow THE NEW PARISH 579 18th Street (at San Pablo) Oakland, CA United States http://www.thenewparish.com/ Tickets: 20/25 Top Ten Social, KPFA and Parish Group Present BOMBINO Renee Asteria, Golden Arrow Tuesday 4/15 Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm $20 adv - $25 dos TICKETS THIS EVENT IS ALL AGES Under 21 must buy $5 drink ticket at the door. BOMBINO Watch https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ss9Znucx4GM Links http://www.thenewparish.com/event/489321-bombino-oakland/#tfly-more-1 Tuareg guitarist and singer Omara “Bombino” Moctar made his Nonesuch Records debut with the release of Nomad on April 2, 2013. The album was recorded with 2013 Grammy Award-winning Producer of the Year Dan Auerbach of The Black Keys at his Nashville studio, Easy Eye Sound. Nomad debuted at #1 on the Billboard World Music album chart and iTunes World chart and has earned rave reviews from top media outlets around the world including BBC World Service, which calls it "utterly, utterly fantastic" and Rolling Stone, which calls Nomad "a perfect match of sound and soul [that] introduces a new guitar hero." His dazzling live performance and virtuosity on the guitar have led notable music critics to compare him to Jimi Hendrix, Carlos Santana, Neil Young, and Jerry Garcia. Born and raised in Niger, in the northern city of Agadez, Bombino is a member of the Tuareg Ifoghas tribe, a nomadic people descended from the Berbers of North Africa; for centuries they have fought against colonialism and the imposition of strict Islamic rule. During his lifetime, the Tuareg people have fought the Niger government to secure their rights on numerous occasions, causing Bombino and his family to flee several times. During one such exile, relatives visiting from the front lines of the rebellion left behind a guitar and Bombino began teaching himself to play it. He eventually studied with the renowned Tuareg guitarist Haja Bebe, who asked him to join his band, where he acquired the nickname Bombino—a variation on the Italian word for “little child.” While living in Algeria and Libya in his teen years, Bombino’s friends played him videos of Jimi Hendrix and Mark Knopfler, among others, which they watched over and over in an effort to master their licks. Bombino worked regularly as a musician and also as a herder in the desert near Tripoli, spending many hours alone watching the animals and practicing his guitar. Eventually, Bombino returned to Niger, where he continued to play with a number of local bands. As his legend grew, a Spanish documentary film crew helped Bombino record his first album, Group Bombino’s Guitars from Agadez Vol. 2, which became a local radio hit. In 2009, Bombino met filmmaker Ron Wyman, who had heard a cassette of Bombino’s music while traveling near Agadez. Wyman was enchanted by Bombino’s music and spent a year seeking him out, eventually tracking him down to Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, where he was in exile after two band members were killed in a rebellion. (The Tuaregs have since put down their arms and returned to Niger.) At the end of the war, Bombino returned to Agadez with Wyman and staged a concert to celebrate the newfound peace that established Bombino as a hero of the Tuareg people. RENEE ASTERIA Links Razteria can be described as a Fusion of early No Doubt and Sade. Her music unites Reggae, passionate Latin grooves and Rock, powerful messages and musical genius. Described as "musically adventurous" and "a one of a kind breaking of all rules" (C. Foster, Reggae Update, getthebeat.com), Razteria's songwriting reflects her passion and strong commitment to justice. razteria.com GOLDEN ARROW Femme hip-hop group backed by Jazz Mafia horns! Aima the Dreamer, Dakini Star & Shaina http://www.jazzmafia.com/
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