Kirtan with Eostar Kamala and Sydney Leigh

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Kirtan with Eostar Kamala and Sydney Leigh

Time: August 13, 2013 from 7:30pm to 10:30pm
Location: Jackson Wellsprings
City/Town: Ashland
Website or Map: http://www.eostar.net
Event Type: kirtan/, devotional, singing
Organized By: Eostar Kamala
Latest Activity: Aug 7, 2013

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Jackson Wellsprings is pleased to host Kirtan in the Casbah every Tuesday. 
~By donation- all proceeds to go to the artists~
This weekly event is sponsored by:
Jackson WellSprings
Prana Fest

Aug 6: Kirishna Govinda
Aug 13: Eostar
Aug 20: Shakt Rising 
Aug 27: TBA

This upcoming Aug 13th Kirtan will be led by Eostar Kamala. Accompanying musicians are Sydney Leigh on vocals and Richard Williams on sarod, oud, buzuki and shakuhachi. Sydney Leigh will also share some of her own original devotional compositions. 

Listen to Eostar's music and find out more about her here: www.eostar.net
Listen to Sydney's music and find out more about her here:http://sydneyleigh.net/kirtan/

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