We are pleased to announced that Grammy nominated spiritual music pioneer, and native New Yorker, Jai Uttal will perform his first New York City solo concert at the Church of St. Paul and St. Andrew, 263 West 86th St., at 8pm on Saturday, June 16.  Jai Uttal is a Grammy nominated sacred music composer, recording artist (with 20 albums to date), a multi-instrumentalist, and, an ecstatic vocalist. Uttal’s music combines influences from India with elements from American rock and jazz, Jamaican reggae, Brazilian samba, and more. The result is a stimulating and exotic multi-cultural fusion that is truly world spirit music. Indeed, this show is a journey into a very intimate setting for Uttal whose magnificent voice is sure to be more on display than normal with this performance. Check out this promotional video as to this gig:

Uttal is expected to share songs, instruments, kirtans, and stories from every phase of his inspiring musical and spiritual journey. From ecstatic love songs of the Bauls of Bengal, to dark banjo ballads of Appalachia, to the Bossa Nova kirtans on his latest release entitled Roots, Rock, Rama!

Interestingly, Uttal is a favorite performer on the growing yoga festival circuit, playing to thousands each summer at Bhakti Fests and other events. He also leads his own workshops and retreats that deepen yogis’ practice of the heart-based Bhakti yoga method.

Fans will not want to miss this unique opportunity and we here at Beato’s Blog (on the East Coast) want to welcome Jai Uttal to town.

For tickets please visit: https://tickets.brightstarevents.com/event/an-intimate-solo-concert-with-jai-uttal-new-york-city-2018

For press needs please contact Susan von Seggern at 213-840-0077 or at susan@susanvonseggern.com.

Ken “K Bo” Biedzynski, Editor

 

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