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Wayne Tucker - Trumpet. Eyal Vilner - Alto Sax. Eden Bareket - Baritone Sax. Nadav Peled - Guitar. Dor Heled - Keyboards. Tamir Shmerling - Bass. Eran Fink - Drums. Elias Negash is an accomplished musician who has combined his Native Ethiopian music with his jazz education, and influences from the world music segment.
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He played through the seventies and became one of the pioneering figures to have brought Reggae and African music to the Bay Area with smash hit groups including ObeahAxumCaribbean All Stars and the Rastafarians. Elias has also traveled as a Solo pianist and with Magyk Band to Japan. Elias Negash - Belew Bedubaye.
Further, Elias is currently the president of Ethiopian Arts forum that strives to accomplish its objectives through the presentation of Ethiopian Music, Dance, Poetry, Drama and Visual Arts to the community.
Monday, December 29, v. Warm regards to all the readers of my blog. Regular followers have probably noticed that the usual Christmas present is late this year, but it does not mean that it will not arrive.
And here it is!
It is only fitting that we end the year with a short overview. This time, it is a compilation of the recent work of the bands whose music is influenced by the Ethiopian sound. I am not going to bore you a lot. You have come to know most of the authors form this compilation through the posts on my blog, but there is something completely new as well. You will find out for yourself what it is. I wish you lots of health, happiness and love in the new year.
And lots of interesting music, of course. Tilahun Gessesse - Fesum Yelesh Acha. When he was fourteen years old, he was taken by his grandfather to Waliso Oromia where he began attending Ras Gobena Elementary School.
As time went by, his interest in music became increasingly clear, although his grandfather urged him to concentrate on his academic studies. Shedad who was from Sudanencouraged Tilahun's interest in music and urged him to go to Sudan to pursue his music career. Although Tilahun did not go to Sudan, he took Mr. Shedad's advice very seriously. He was told to go to Addis Ababa if he wanted to pursue a career in the field.
Tilahun left school to go to Addis Ababa, a journey he began on foot without his grandfather's consent. When his grandfather realized that Tilahun was no longer in Woliso, he informed Tilahun's great-aunt in Tulu Bolo. After Tilahun traveled fifteen kilometers on foot, he was caught in Tulu Bolo and stayed overnight with his great-aunt Woizero Temene Bantu.Interview with Zeleke Gessesse in Ethiopia 
The next day, he was forced to return back to his grandfather in Woliso. Since his interest in music lay deep in his heart, Gessesse chose not to stay at his grandfather's house in Woliso. After a few years at the Hager Fikir Theater, he joined the Imperial Bodyguard Band where he became a leading star singer.
He was arrested and put in prison for a time. Tilahun moved to the National Theater where his success continued.
He was so famous that he appeared three times in front of Emperor Haile Selassie I. During a visit, the Emperor advised him not to abuse his talent. Tilahun's recordings are in Amharic and Oromo. Tilahun Gessesse died on April 19, He had been in poor health for several years due to diabetes. Wednesday, October 8, v. Tuesday, June 3, Wayna - The Expats  [usa-ethiopia]. Wayna went on to hone her vocal talents as a young adult by absorbing the works of her favorite artists, including Minnie Riperton, Billie Holiday, Stevie Wonder, and Donny Hathaway.
The following year, she founded a gospel quartet and performed with the group at the World Famous Apollo Theater in Harlem, NY, where they placed as finalists in the Amateur Night competition. She traveled with the critically acclaimed University of Maryland Gospel Choir and regularly performed at churches and gospel showcases throughout the East coast. But soon, the pull to realize her dream as a recording artist would prove too great.
She left to concentrate on her music full-time. Unlike Wayna's jazzy neo-soul albums Moments of ClarityBook 1 and Higher Ground which earned her a Grammy nod for "Lovin You Music "her latest release, The Expatsexplores the Ethiopian-born singer-songwriter's desire to sonically travel, employing greater world beat influences while drawing on unexpected sides of her voice.
There are moments where Wayna's flawlessly executed vocals sound strident, making one miss the sultry soul she showcased on previous releases, like "I Don't Want to Wait," a track on which uncooperative production aims itself in too many directions, ultimately working against itself.
Overall, Wayna has an innate ability to enrich each song with atmosphere, making The Expats a sweeping global affair: