Abraham Jam

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 04/26/2018
7:30 pm

Location
Jubilee


A Muslim, a Jew, and a Christian walk into a concert hall…
…and treat an audience to an inspiring night of song, story, and laughter.

These three seasoned songwriters,
Dawud Wharnsby, Billy Jonas, and David LaMotte,
have teamed up to make a convincing case that harmony,
where we sing different notes that are beautiful together,
is even better than unity, where we all sing the same note.

Abraham Jam is kicking off the 2018 International Gathering SACRED EARTH ~ SACRED WORK with Creation Spiritualities Community at Jubilee April 26th.

You can get tickets just for the concert, but it is part of a three day weekend that includes keynotes by Matthew Fox and Marcia Mcfee, 20+ international teachers, Cosmic Mass and opportunities to share your sacred work in the world.

Abraham Jam played in Asheville early last year to phenomenal response. We are so excited that they will bring their multi-spiritual traditions to inaugurate this amazing event. This event will sell out early, so get your tickets now!

BUY A TICKET FOR THE CONCERT:
https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/3320878

LEARN MORE ABOUT THE INTERNATIONAL GATHERING & BUY TICKETS FOR OTHER SPEAKERS:
http://creationspirituality.info/experience/asheville/

LEARN MORE ABOUT ABRAHAM JAM:
Muslim, a Jew, and a Christian walk into a concert hall…

What may be mistaken for a stand-up comedian’s opening line is actually Abraham Jam, a trio of internationally-renowned musicians who have teamed up to create art strengthened by diversity.

Abraham Jam–composed of Billy Jonas, David LaMotte, and Dawud Wharnsby–features three “brothers” from the three Abrahamic faiths. Jonas, LaMotte and Wharnsby have performed extensively over the last few decades in their individual careers. They came together and have performed to enthusiastic audiences in Asheville and beyond.

“Harmony is better than unity,” says David LaMotte, who helped create Abraham Jam. “We don’t have to be singing the same note to cultivate peace, we can sing different notes that are beautiful together.” LaMotte is a well-loved songwriter, with over 3000 concerts on five continents and every state in the U.S. on his musical resumé.

They don’t just take turns sharing songs, but create music together, contributing vocal harmonies, percussion, and instrumentation to each other’s songs.

www.Abrahamjam.com