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Eccodek
Canadian musician/producer Andrew McPherson, a.k.a. Eccodek, turned on to global music while thumbing through his mom’s vinyl collection and stumbling upon a copy of African Sanctus, a 1972 recording by the Saltarello Choir.
By Derek Beres

UB40
In their own quiet way, they’re one of the world’s biggest bands. Their albums have sold millions of copies. They’ve enjoyed number one singles globally, and their world tours sell out huge venues.
By Chris Nickson

Nouvelle Vague
The name Nouvelle Vague is the French translation bossa nova, which in English means new wave. That the songs draw from new wave, post-punk and punk genres is really beside the point.
By Tad Hendrickson

Savina Yannatou
When Savina Yannatou steps on stage with Primavera en Salonico, you can sense magic in the air. As the band slides into a hypnotic Mediterranean groove, the tension slowly builds. Then Yannatou begins to sing, and takes the audience into another dimension.
By j. poet

Musicians Finding Their Way through Visa Maze
Three years after the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11th, international musicians face significant challenges in receiving permission to tour the United States.
By Anastasia Tsioulcas

Desmond Dekker
Bob Marley might have been reggae’s international icon, taking the music to an entirely new level. But long before he made an impact abroad, Desmond Dekker was the man who helped make reggae into a global sound.
By Chris Nickson

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