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Sierra Leone’s Refugee All Stars started playing music together in West African refugee camps while their homeland was being racked by years of bloody warfare. Since then, audiences around the world have embraced the band and their utterly extraordinary story. On their forthcoming album, Rise & Shine, the All Stars’ sound, as well as their biography, evolves further; the music finds them “establishing an identity based as much on skill, imagination and charisma as on their undeniably touching story… read more

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    wow, can't believe how long I took do listen to this. buy their album, support!
  • Avatar for xxLallyxx
    Radio Salone - summer album of 2012! :D
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    perfect live show yesterday @ savigny le temple, thank you for the honest music guys
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    Great music !
  • Avatar for SoulJazzsterInc
    I love their calypso sound
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    My parents were missionaries in Sierra Leone, and I was born and raised there for the the first four years of my life, and it makes me so happy that this band is making such a big impact in the country and the world! Sierra Leone is still close to my heart and it's so amazing to see great things coming from a country that was torn apart with war for about 10 years! Truly inspiring music, and very talented musicians!
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    omg i love them so much ..even more heart trusting because im of sierraleonean decent
  • Avatar for johnheavey
    Fans, Sierra Leone’s Refugee All Stars, a remarkable documentary chronicling a band of six Sierra Leonean musicians over three years, from Guinean refugee camps back to war-ravaged Sierra Leone is now available on iTunes. All you have to do is click the link below and you will be brought straight to the iTunes store for viewing:
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    Up-and-coming African artists have united to benefit the Global Fund to Fight AIDS. The result is Africa Celebrates U2. A compilation of African artists covering U2 songs. Check it out here:

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