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Blind Boys of Alabama
No matter where they choose to disseminate their joyous message, the Blind Boys of Alabama (now in their seventh decade!) conjure up the Holy Spirit with a force that’s irresistible even to non-believers.
By Bill Dahl

How Arab and Jewish Musicians Navigate the Middle East Crisis
It has now been several years since the current Intifada erupted in the Middle East. Is music strong enough a language to keep the song of coexistence in tune?
By Eliana Gilad

Orishas
Hip-hop has become the youth music of choice in Cuba. Orishas was the first group to achieve widespread success with the burgeoning style. Orishas draws heavily from the island’s musical riches; the suaveness of son and timba’s harder-edged swing make their presence felt.
By David Oancia Prieto

Cheb I Sabbah
Cheb I Sabbah is an Algerian-born man of Jewish descent. He has released the third segment of his trilogy exploring the fusion of both classical Indian Hindustani and Carnatic music with Western-influenced electronica.
By Derek Beres

Nelson Dilation
Nelson Dilation is a name that demands respect from his peers. Dilation has been there and done it. Wherever there is a global fusion party, Dilation is likely to be there.
By Phil Meadley

Eleni Karaindrou
Eleni Karaindrou, often described in the press as the “tenth muse,” is one of Greece’s most honored contemporary composers. A classically trained pianist, she sometimes incorporates subtle folk or jazz flavors into her work.
By Christina Roden

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