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Bring in the New Year with Jai Uttal

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Bring in the New Year with Jai Uttal at his annual Winter Bhakti Kirtan Camp in Costa Rica. From Jai:

Hey dear friends,
We have just two spaces left for our Winter Bhakti Kirtan Camp at Blue Spirit in Nosara, Costa Rica from December 27th, 2014 to January 3rd, 2015. Our guides will be Nubia Teixeira, Vishvambhar Seth of the Mayapuris, and yours truly. Please join us for this blissful time out of time. For more information, please check my website: www.jaiuttal.com
Love and peace,
Jai

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Jennifer Knapp in NYC this weekend

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Jennifer Knapp comes to NYC this weekend for a concert and book reading as part of Believe Out Loud’s Level Ground Festival. Here’s the event information as listed in Time Out New York.

Saturday, November 15 @ 7pm
Show @ Level Ground Festival
Marble Collegiate Church, 1 W 29th St, New York, NY

Sunday, November 16 @ 2pm
Facing the Music book reading/signing @ Level Ground Festival
Marble Collegiate Church, 1 W 29th St, New York, NY

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Join Jai Uttal in San Francisco for “Return to Shiva Station” Album Release Show

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Join Jai Uttal at Yoshi’s San Francisco on October 30 to celebrate the release of his album Return to Shiva Station.

Return to Shiva Station: Kailash Connection is a wholly new album re-envisioning Jai’s groundbreaking Shiva Station, bringing the listener closer to the music itself with unadorned, intimate arrangements that illuminate directly the spiritual heart of each composition.

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David Krakauer discusses A Far Cry’s album “Dreams & Prayers”

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David Krakauer discusses his contribution to A Far Cry’s new album Dreams & Prayers with Thought Catalog.

“I see [Golijov's "The Dreams & Prayers of Isaac the Blind"] as a statement for humanistic values, and that’s very gratifying for me. Plus of course the Holocaust occurred on European soil. So given the events of the past along with the current political situation, I sense that Europeans have a specific context in which to relate to this music and ‘get it’ on a deeply multi-faceted level. That being said, the Golijov and this music in general is incredibly emotional and has tremendous power to both transport and profoundly move any audience. I believe that it stands on its own without needing to have any ‘cultural baggage’ attached to it.”

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