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Mike Tamburo

Pittsburgh's Mike Tamburo is a 21st century Renaissance man who has
forged his way into the consciousness of the American underground
music community. For the past 18 years, Tamburo has been relentlessly
releasing records (44 releases and counting) under different monikers
and projects including Brother Ong, Meisha, Arco Flute Foundation,
Kukeri, Psychic Frost & various imprints under his own name. He has
performed over 600 shows all over the United States, traveling to
every nook and cranny, searching for some kind of an understanding of
what America truly is. Though always considering himself a
multi-instrumentalist, he gained fame and notoriety with his hammered
dulcimer and fingerstyle guitar playing and his idiosyncratic use of
effects; Tamburo is a man who continues to reinvent himself, recently
finding his new musical passion in the shahi baaja; building upon his
own unique compositional stylings, he has developed a voice for the
instrument that is very much his own. He is greatly inspired by
American folk and minimalist music traditions as well as Indian
classical music, but often expands outward to include influences from
avant-garde to noise to modern compositional music. A Tamburo
performance is always a very transportive and enveloping experience.
Tamburo is also an artist, film maker, writer, instrument builder,
curator of the Fantastic Voyagers Festivals, Kundalini Yoga teacher,
Sound Healer, gong enthusiast, and inner state researcher; exploring
alpha and theta states, floatation tanks, ethnobotany, orgone energy,
and ecstatic states of being. He also runs the Sounds Eternal and New
American Folk Hero labels, which continue to release an eclectic
roster of creative and experimental musics.