Robert Randolph Tunes In To Music Education
You need to take care of them. The same applies to a music school,” he added. Among the various projects Rahman is currently working on are Million Dollar Arm and Monkeys of Mumbai, which is DreamWorks Animation’s first-ever Bollywood-style animated musical adventure. The Grammy-award-winning musician said he is always on the lookout for projects that are not repetitive and drive him to deliver his best. “At this stage of my life, the projects have to compel, drive me. That is the kind of projects I am selecting. It is important that I do not feel that I have done this before,” he added.
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in Nashville, setting sail on the Jam Cruise along with Bootsy Collins, Warren Haynes and Les Claypool, and hell be taking part in the Greg Allman Tribute Concert at the Fox Theater in Atlanta on January 10th along with Trace Adkins, Eric Church and John Hiatt. All real musicians love to collaborate, says Randolph. Ive been lucky enough to play with family and friends on stage for a lifetime but when I get the chance to play with guys like Slash or John Hiatt, especially if it is for a good cause, Ill always want to beinvolved. Robert Randolph and The Family Band released their newest studio album, Lickety Split, this summer on Blue Note Records and has been touring throughout the U.S. and Europe since its release. Robert Randolph & The Family Band first gained national attention with the release of the album Live at the Wetlands in 2002. The concert recording was taped at New Yorks historical Wetlands Preserve Club before it closed in 2001.
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