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Lucky Moyo comes from Bulawayo, Zimbabwe, and was a co-founder of the acclaimed vocal ensemble, Black Umfolosi, with whom he toured the world for 12 years, performing in 28 countries. Chris Berry told the Consort of Lucky, and urged them to bring him to New York for their 2002 Winter Solstice Celebration. “Zebra Song” is from a folk story of the BaKalanga people who live in southwestern Zimbabwe and Botswana. These people take animals and birds as their totems, and take their surname from the creature. It is taboo then for any family members to eat the meat of that animal or bird.


from Everybody Under the Sun: Voices of Solstice (The Singers), released December 6, 2019
Lucky Moyo / voice
Paul Winter / soprano sax
Eugene Friesen / cello
Paul Sullivan / Hammond B-3 organ
Valerie Dee Naranjo / percussion, voice
Barry Olsen / percussion, voice
Chris Berry / voice, mbira
Jamey Haddad / drums


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Paul Winter is a seven-time Grammy-winning saxophonist, whose sextet was the first jazz group to perform at the White House in 1962. His second group, the Paul Winter Consort, interweaves sounds from the natural world with classical and ethnic traditions, and the spontaneous spirit of jazz. Their annual Winter Solstice Celebrations and Earth Mass are among the most popular events in New York. ... more

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