Eddie Owen Presents: HuDost and The Mayapuris
Advanced tickets: $25
HuDost’s recent album ‘of Water + Mercy’ received rave reviews and as an independent release reached #24 in the BILLBOARD SALES CHARTS for Folk/Americana. It just won The Independent Music Award for Social Action Song and in the last year they also received two of the ‘Best of Nashville 2020’ awards.
They have toured internationally since 2006 including performances at Bonnaroo, FloydFest, Blissfest, The ARK, the Salvador Dali Museum, The Levitt Pavilions, WoodSongs at the Kentucky Theater (on PBS), Nashville’s Bluebird Café, Music City Roots, Tim Robbins’ WTF?! Fest, The Montreal Folk Festival, Hillside Festival, Stan Rogers Folk Fest and many more. Highlight collaborations and opening slots for other artists include Ani DiFranco, Philip Glass, Jon Anderson (YES), Joan Osborne, Steve Kilbey (The Church), Neko Case, Jim Lauderdale and many more. It is through music that the losses and gains, pains and triumphs and excruciating beauty of life can be given a voice of empathy to the synonymous lives of all people. HuDost are also committed advocates/activists for ONE (non-profit organization).
The Mayapuris are a vibrant traveling party of conscious musicians. Raised in the mystic traditions of ancient India, the Mayapuris fuse the soul stirring experience of mantra music with exceptional musicianship in both eastern and western styles. They have toured across six continents propelled by their thunderous rhythm and soaring vocals. The Mayapuris are a sonic force in the world of conscious music. Their sound moves the body and ignites the heart.
The Mayapuris debut album “Mridanga” reached the top ten on the iTunes World Music charts, and their most recent release “Nine Islands” topped the charts in the New Age category, receiving exceptional critical review. Touring for more than 10 years, the Mayapuris have shared their electrifying stage show at the world’s most prestigious yoga and music venues throughout North America, Europe and Australia.