Tina Malia "Song of the Soul" World Tour in Ashland

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Tina Malia "Song of the Soul" World Tour in Ashland

Time: April 20, 2011 from 7:30pm to 10:30pm
Location: Ashland Unitarian Center
Street: 87 Fourth Street
City/Town: Ashland, Oregon
Phone: 541-324-7971
Event Type: concert, and, world, tour
Organized By: Linda Cotrufello
Latest Activity: Apr 20, 2011

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Tina Malia “Song of the Soul” World Tour Performs in Ashland


“Coming together as a community of souls by way of the music…we’re creating an oasis for the soul.” That’s how singer Tina Malia describes what audiences will experience when the Song of the Soul World Tour comes to Ashland to perform at the Unitarian Center on April 20,  2011 from 7:30 – 10:30 pm.

 

Co-headlining the Tour is singer/songwriter/instrumentalist Tina Malia and devotional visionary, guitarist and rocker GuruGanesha.  Acting as catalysts for the musical chemistry are multi-instrumentalist Hans Christian,  percussionist/remix master Craig Kohland and fast rising young bassist Jared May.

 

Guest star “Jaya Lakshmi” kicks off the evening with a special opening performance.  Jaya is best known for lead vocals with the hit band “Lost at Last.”  She has also accompanied “Shimshai” and other well known devotional super-stars.

 

Tickets available at Sound Peace, 199 E. Main Street in Ashland or online at:

www.ICResource.com/TinaMalia


Given the virtuosity, rich musical history and deep dedication of each band member, this will truly be a world devotional super-group. A magical combination that spans genders, generations and genres, the group will perform selections from both Malia’s and GuruGanesha’s previous and new albums.

“There’s an incredible alchemy at work here that you can’t question, you just have to experience it,” says GuruGanesha.  “Tina’s voice and my guitar-playing communicate on a very high level. All the musicians involved have the ability to take music anywhere they want to take it. So, musically, we’ll be going places where artists in this genre don’t usually go.

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