Playing for Change perform Bob Marley classic One Love, released in celebration of Bob Marley’s birthday on 6 February.
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Rest In Peace Makandjan Kamissoko. He donated the land for the Playing for Change Music School in Kirina, Mali.
Some Dreams Never Die and you Live Forever in our hearts and our songs.
Mali has a rich musical tradition and Playing for Change is helping to safeguard that tradition.
Open your heart and let love come running in… — Bob Marley
Mellow Mood, a little known Bob Marley number performed by Mermans Mosengo and Jason Tamba, from Playing for Change, whilst taking a break from recording their album Afro Fiesta.
It is in the shelter of each other that people live. – Irish Proverb
Classic Rolling Stones Gimme Shelter: “War, children, it’s just a shot away… Love, sister, it’s just a kiss away”.
Top Story in Mad House Music News (Wednesday 18 April 2012)
Three of Africa’s legendary musicians
- Baaba Maal
- Toumani Diabate
- Habib Koite
visit a school in Mali established by musicians around the world through the Playing for Change Foundation.
The thousand-year-old village of Kirina has no electricity or running water, but enough happiness and soul to fill all of our hearts.
In February 2010 the Playing for Change crew broke the ground in Kirina Mali, to start the project of a music school and record Baaba Maal with Malian musicians in this very special village. A year later, the school has been built and Baaba Maal was back in the village, visiting the music school with Toumani Diabaté and Habib Koité.
Mali now descends in violence and chaos.
Over 80 musicians across Colombia.
Stevie Wonder classic performed by Playing for Change.
Otis Redding classic.
“Redemption Song” performed around the world by Playing For Change in honour of Bob Marley’s birthday.