Put July 27, 2019 on your calendar to celebrate the birth of Abraham Jam’s second CD, following last year’s live album, tentatively titled ‘White Moon.’ Dawud, Billy, and I have been hard at work in the studio with Chris Rosser for the last few months, cooking up this batch of eleven songs, including our own interpretations of some classic songs, and originals from each of us.
The show at Diana Wortham will be a celebration of harmony between faiths, between people, and between notes that resonate with each other from different points on the scale. It promises to be a beautiful night of music, featuring songs in Arabic, Hebrew, Urdu, English, and Spanish, and tons of three-part harmony. We hope you can join us for this truly special night in one of Asheville’s most delightful venues.
Tickets will soon be available at dwtheatre.com, or (828) 257-4530.
Here’s the lineup of songs:
• Tala al Badru Alayna (Trad)
• Love is the Seventh Wave (Sting)
• Jerusalem (S. Earle)
• Braided Prayer (Trad, arranged by Abraham Jam)
• More Love (B. Jonas)
• Drink Deeply (D. LaMotte)
• Song of Peace (Sibelius/Stone)
• Rhythm of Surrender (D. Wharnsby)
• Child’s Prayer (Trad)
• Grass Roots (B. Jonas)
• Peace Train (Cat Stevens)
If you’re excited about this show and what we stand for, please spread the word and invite friends!
If you want to check out what Abraham Jam is like live, check out their ‘videos’ page at AbrahamJam.com
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