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Clynton Oliver Cox

August 27 , 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
Clynton Oliver Cox is a soul-drenched guitarist, vocalist and songwriter ripe to break through to a wider audience.
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Kally Price Old Blues & Jazz Band

September 24 , 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
With her sassy, old-time sound and vast knowledge of pre-World War II songs, Oakland vocalist Kally Price inhabits a musical realm where jazz, blues and pop songs fraternize freely. After Hurricane Katrina cut short her move to New Orleans, Price landed in the Bay Area where she and her all-star band have thrived performing popular and obscure blues and jazz songs from the pre-war era. Inspired by the “purity of expression, individuality and spirituality” in vintage recordings she’s made it…
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Yassir Chadly & Bouchaib Abdelhadi

October 1 , 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
It’s a long way from Casablanca, but Moroccan-born vocalists and multi-instrumental masters Yassir Chadly and Bouchaib Abdelhadi have found fertile musical soil in Northern California. Together, they collaborated in the East Bay’s Maghreb-meets-jazz Mo’rockin Project, and their paths have intersected with brilliant improvisers like Cuban piano maestro Omar Sosa and protean tenor sax legend Pharoah Sanders. With Chadly on traditional instruments like oud, gimbri and darbuka, and Abdelhadi on oud, Moroccan violin and percussion, they draw on their deep knowledge…
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October 8 , 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
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Meklit

October 8 , 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
Born in Ethiopia and raised in an academic family in Iowa, New York and Florida, Meklit found herself as an artist in San Francisco. A luminous songstress and a cultural visionary, she’s a TED Global Fellow who spearheaded the transformational Nile Project with Egyptian ethnomusicologist Mina Girgis, bringing together musicians from the 11 nations traversed by the world’s longest river. With a supple voice that can waft ethereally or take on red-clay grit, she’s a songwriter, guitarist and bandleader who…
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