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A series showcasing musicians from around the world.
March 26, 2001
Profiling fashion designer A. Bongo, Nigerian writer Ben Okri and French dancer Isnel de Silveira. Also: a look at interactive theater.
March 19, 2001
Music from Susan Aglukark, Wasis Diop, Jorge Shellenberg and Hique Gomez.
March 12, 2001
Included: music videos from Liam Teague, Bailo Y Conspiro, Tom Cochrane and Chiches Vallentos.
The British band Sky performs.
The Scottish band Runrig.
Part 1 of two on Celtic music spotlights the Dolores Keane Band, Hennessys and Stockton's Wing performing in Llandudno, Wales, at the Accadia Theatre.
Martinique's DeDe Saint-Prix performs Caribbean dance music.
Joan Armatrading performs solo, with Elton John and with Bobby McFerrin. The St. Kitts native also talks about her life, her songs and her career. Host: Paul Gambaccini.
South African-born musician Johnny Clegg, who worked with Paul Simon on "Graceland."
Accordionist Buckwheat Zydeco perfoms Creole dance music.
The Celtic revue concludes with Dick Gaughan, the Furey Brothers and Davy Arthur performing in Llandudno, Wales, at the Accadia Theatre.
A concert by the Neville Brothers, who offer up rhythm and blues, jazz, pop, reggae and funk. Songs include "Fiyo on the Bayou," "Yellow Moon," "Brothers' Keepers" and "Tell It like It Is."
Reggae singer-songwriter Peter Tosh performs.
Salif Keita performs Griot, a musical mixture of both Caribbean and West African influences, in Brixton, England. Keita sings in French, Mandinka and Bambara. Subtitled in English.
Venezuelan singer-bandleader Oscar D'Leon performs salsa music.
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