One Love – Music From Nepal – For World Peace – Bob Marley

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Bob Marley’s “One Love” performed by Keb’ Mo’ and performers from India, Israel, Nepal, South Africa and Zimbabwe in the new PBS special PLAYING FOR CHANGE: PEACE THROUGH MUSIC.

Playing for Change is a multimedia effort to unite musicians and vocalists from diverse parts of the globe while seeking to immerse audiences in a movement to inspire, connect and bring peace to the world through music. Using mobile audio/video units, technicians traveled the world, recording local musicians outdoors in towns and cities worldwide. In addition, musicians from all over the world are now brought together to perform benefit concerts that build music and art schools in communities in need. The special premieres August 1 and airs throughout August 2009 on most PBS stations. Check local listings for dates and times in your area at You can help PBS continue to offer everyone — from every walk of life — the opportunity to experience amazing performances and explore new ideas through television and online content. To donate, please visit


Artists Playing In Different Countries of The World
Roberto Luti (Livorno, Italy)
Menyatso Nathole (Mamelodi, South Africa)
Manu Chao (Paris, France)
Surrendra Shrestha (Kathmandu, Nepal)
Tula (Tel Aviv, Israel)
Vusi Mahlasela (Mamelodi, South Africa)
Mermans Kenkosenki (The Congo)
Sinamuva (Umlazi, South Africa)
Martin Machapa (Johannesburg, South Africa)
The Oneness Choir (Chennai, India)
The Exile Brothers (Dharamsala, India)
William Aura (Kathmandu, Nepal)
Lois Mhlanga (Harare, Zimbabwe)
Junior Kissangwa Mbouta (The Congo)
Tara Bir Tuladhar (Kathmandu, Nepal)


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