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New video by Songlines on YouTube

Bassekou Kouyaté | Songlines Music Awards 2020
Our Songlines Music Awards 2020 winner in the Best Artist category is Mali’s Bassekou Kouyaté with his latest album, Miri with Ngoni ba (Outhere Records). His high-octane electricity has earned him the tag ‘the Jimi Hendrix of the ngoni,’ but 2019’s Miri (translating as ‘Dream’ or ‘Contemplation’ in Bamana) returned to a largely acoustic sound, lithe and sinewy, with the vocals of his wife, Amy Sacko, to the fore on a set of thoughtful compositions about love, friendship and family.

Join us on Sunday, December 13 for the awards ceremony at https://ift.tt/396MDJz

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New video by Songlines on YouTube

Blick Bassy | Songlines Music Awards 2020
Our Songlines Music Awards 2020 winner in the Africa category is Blick Bassy with his album 1958 (Nø Førmat!), which chronicles Cameroon’s recent history and its courageous fight for independence.
Join us on Sunday, December 13 for the awards ceremony at https://ift.tt/396MDJz

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New video by Songlines on YouTube

Kefaya + Elaha Soroor | Songlines Music Awards 2020
Our Songlines Music Awards 2020 winner in the Fusion category is
Kefaya for their collaboration with Elaha Soroor, Songs of Our Mothers (Bella Union). On the album Afghan folk songs that have been passed down from mother to daughter are backed by violin, sax, flugelhorn, dombra (Turkic lute), percussion and washes of electronica. Join us on Sunday, December 13 for the ceremony at https://ift.tt/396MDJz

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New video by Songlines on YouTube

JAMBINAI | Songlines Music Awards 2020
Our Songlines Music Awards 2020 winner in the Asia category is JAMBINAI with their album ONDA (Bella Union), a perfectly calibrated synthesis of rock guitars, electronic noise, traditional styles and ancient instruments. Join us on Sunday, December 13 for the ceremony at https://ift.tt/396MDJz

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New video by Songlines on YouTube

Leyla McCalla | Songlines Music Awards 2020
Our Songlines Music Awards 2020 winner in the Americas category is Leyla McCalla with her album Capitalist Blues (PIAS/Jazz Village). While steeped in the music of her adopted home of New Orleans and her Haitian heritage, Capitalist Blues also found her dramatically expanding her musical reach to take in trad jazz, zydeco, blues, calypso, ragtime, boogie and reverberating swamp rock.
Join us on Sunday, December 13 for the awards ceremony at https://ift.tt/396MDJz

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New video by Songlines on YouTube

Cimarrón | Songlines Music Awards 2020
Our Songlines Music Awards 2020 winner in the Best Group category is Colombia’s Cimarrón for their album Orinoco (Cimarrón Music). Sadly, the group’s founder Carlos Rojas Hernández died on January 10 this year from heart complications, at the age of 65. He had been interviewed in Songlines only four months earlier when he had expressed his enthusiasm about Cimarrón’s then forthcoming UK tour with Welsh harpist Catrin Finch. The tour went ahead in early 2020 as a tribute to him, with harpist Duvan Rodolfo taking his place and was completed before the coronavirus lockdown. Songlines’ editor Jo Frost hailed the London show as a ‘celebration’ of his life and concluded that his ‘legacy looks to be in safe hands.’

Join us on Sunday, December 13 for the awards ceremony at https://ift.tt/396MDJz

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New video by Songlines on YouTube

Cimarrón | Songlines Music Awards 2020
Our Songlines Music Awards 2020 winner in the Best Group category is Colombia’s Cimarrón for their album Orinoco (Cimarrón Music). Sadly, the group’s founder Carlos Rojas Hernández died on January 10 this year from heart complications, at the age of 65. He had been interviewed in Songlines only four months earlier when he had expressed his enthusiasm about Cimarrón’s then forthcoming UK tour with Welsh harpist Catrin Finch. The tour went ahead in early 2020 as a tribute to him, with harpist Duvan Rodolfo taking his place and was completed before the coronavirus lockdown. Songlines’ editor Jo Frost hailed the London show as a ‘celebration’ of his life and concluded that his ‘legacy looks to be in safe hands.’

Join us on Sunday, December 13 for the awards ceremony at https://ift.tt/396MDJz

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New video by Help Musicians UK on YouTube

Festival of St Cecilia 2020 | Help Musicians
Choirs, musicians and special guests join together in celebrating the value of music and the contributions musicians make, raising vital funds to support musicians across the whole of the UK.

To donate £5, text* MUSIC1 to 70970
To donate £10, text MUSIC1 to 70191
Donate online at https://ift.tt/38UkEfV

Due to the Covid restrictions this annual event is being presented a digital festival for the first time, which we are delighted to present alongside The Cathedral Music Trust.

Filmed across multiple locations, the 2020 Festival of St Cecilia will see exclusive appearances from John Rutter CBE, award-winning soprano Natalya Romaniw and celebrated pianist Isata Kanneh-Mason, as well as choral pieces from the choirs of Westminster and Gloucester Cathedrals.

All social distancing regulations were adhered to by production and performers.

* UK networks only. Texts cost the donation amount plus one standard rate message

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New video by Help Musicians UK on YouTube

Festival of St Cecilia 2020 | Help Musicians
Choirs, musicians and special guests join together in celebrating the value of music and the contributions musicians make, raising vital funds to support musicians across the whole of the UK.

To donate £5, text* MUSIC1 to 70970
To donate £10, text MUSIC1 to 70191
Donate online at https://ift.tt/38UkEfV

Due to the Covid restrictions this annual event is being presented a digital festival for the first time, which we are delighted to present alongside The Cathedral Music Trust.

Filmed across multiple locations, the 2020 Festival of St Cecilia will see exclusive appearances from John Rutter CBE, award-winning soprano Natalya Romaniw and celebrated pianist Isata Kanneh-Mason, as well as choral pieces from the choirs of Westminster and Gloucester Cathedrals.

All social distancing regulations were adhered to by production and performers.

* UK networks only. Texts cost the donation amount plus one standard rate message

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