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ManDoki Soulmates Concert To Raise Money For MusiCares
Internationally famed multi-talent Leslie Mandoki and his superstar collective ManDoki Soulmates will appear for the first time in the U.S. on Jan. 29 at the Beacon Theatre in New York for a concert to benefit MusiCares. The supergroup and its Wings Of Freedom tour have won fans internationally for decades with its blend of musical excellence and social themes.
"The love from the audience in the room when we play our shows warms our hearts, so it is only natural to try to give something back to other members of the music community, who are less fortunate," said Mandoki. "MusiCares is the right partner, as they support members of the music community in need."
In celebration of the 2018 GRAMMY Week, and to benefit @MusiCares, Leslie Mandoki will perform w/ his band Mandoki Soulmates for the first time in New York! It's a night you won't want to miss! Tickets: https://t.co/e3XHgZI1G0 pic.twitter.com/41qPb7LNGN
— Beacon Theatre (@BeaconTheatre) December 22, 2017
Mandoki follows his father's advice, "Don't dream your life, but live your dreams." Having experienced political oppression first-hand and escaped from it, he has learned, "Dreams can only fly on the wings of freedom."
Past GRAMMY winners expected onstage on Jan. 29 include Randy Brecker, Snarky Puppy's Cory Henry and former Toto singer Bobby Kimball. Thanks to ManDoki Soulmates for bringing their always unexpected improvisations to the U.S. to benefit MusiCares.