Ola Onabulé - United States CD Premiere At Mintons' On November 6th With The Duane Eubanks Quartet!


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Ola Onabulé, the British-Nigerian, soul, jazz, singer-songwriter, gave an inspired and cool performance at the Royal Albert Hall in London this week. --Digital Journal (London)
UK-Nigerian singing sensation recently sold out Royal Albert Hall with Diana Krall!

CD release event at Minton's for It's The Peace That Deafens (Dot Time Records)

Ola Onabulé makes his U.S. premiere performance of the critically acclaimed new release “Its The Peace That Deafens" on November 6 at Minton's Harlem. Backed by the Duane Eubanks Quartet, this one-night only appearance promises to shake the rafters! He has just completed a sold out run at Royal Albert Hall with Diana Krall.

November 6
206 W. 118th St.
Harlem, NY 10026

Following up on his recent UK chart success with the re-mix of “Soul Town," Ola's new album It's The Peace That Deafens (Dot Time Records), is his 8th studio album and marks a departure from his previous two releases featuring a largely acoustic set uniting Jazz, Soul and world influences. The album contains 12 evocative songs about identity, reconciliation and nostalgia. Words, melodies and rhythms that walk a delicate tightrope of paradoxes, born of both a childhood and adulthood immersed in two disparate cultures, on two different continents and at two different times. Ola stated recently that “It's The Peace That Deafens" is as much a work of exploration as it is a declaration.

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