Rachel Faro at the Luna Star, Thursday October 2nd
RACHEL FARO TO PLAY LUNA STAF CAFE IN MIAMI OCTOBER 2 2014
Fresh off an amazing tour of Japan, where Rachel collaborated with the fabulous bluegrass players of Kobe, played a small shrine to folk music in Tokyo and best of all, played Cafe Apied, a cultural center in the ancient shrine and temple town of Ohara, north of Kyoto.
Keeping the flow going, she was offered a last minute date at Miami's Luna Star on October 2nd. Come see if Rachel's Zen tranquilitty has lasted more than a week. New songs! Surprise guests!
REUNION TOUR OF JAPAN WITH YOSHIKO YOSHIDA
TOKYO --SEPTEMBER 11TH
KOBE SEPTEMBER 12TH
KYOTO -- SEPTEMBER 14TH
Dedicated to the memory of Kaz Kohinata
RACHEL FARO ON WORLD CAFE'S LATIN ROOTS
Coming Soon! The Essential Songs of Latin Music
TANGO -- COMING SOON!
RANCHERA -- COMING SOON
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Latin Roots Celebrates Cuba’s Los Van Van As Their Founder Juan Formell Passes
Latin Roots –Rachael Faro on Uruguay’s Candombe
Rachel Faro Celebrates Fania Records 50th Anniversary
Rachel Celebrates A Puerto Rican Xmas Parranda
The "Nostalgia For The Present Moment" Of Portugal's Fado
The Music of The Garifuna People of Central America
RachelFaro is an accomplished singer, songwriter, record producer, film music consultant and record label executive. She has recorded three albums: 'Refugees' and 'RachelFaro', (both on Sony) and ' Windsong' (Silverwolf). As a singer and poet her lyrics, set in classic country folk pop compositions, reveal sources as diverse as ancient Chinese poetry, Cuban and Native American gods and spirits and the economic collapse.
Rachel is also a well-known producer of Cuban, Latin, jazz, blues, folk and world music recordings with artists as varied as Odetta and Eddie Palmieri. She has produced over thirty albums, three of which have received Grammy nominations. She is the founder and president of Ashe Records, a well-respected world music record label. She is also the proud mother of singer/songwriter Anandi and a long-time practitioner and teacher of Tibetan and Shambhala Buddhism.
"Rachel Faro has the voice of a wounded angel.... layers and layers of emotion behind that beauty." -- Andrew Gengner, Redlight Management
"Rachel Faro can convey celebration as well as contemplation... with sensitive music and lyrics." -- Rolling Stone