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Sim Sim

by Sarah Ndagire

A combination of Ugandan folk music, stories and other styles of the world resulting in this interesting contemporary world sound.
Genre: World: African- East
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1. Sim Sim
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2. Dunia
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3. Light Up My Candle
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4. Za Ndongo
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5. Akakokolo
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6. Oijhe Orare
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7. Bird Song
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8. Walk the Talk
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9. My Country
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10. Home
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Born in Uganda (East Africa), Sarah Ndagire singer-songwriter and travels around the world sharing the culture of her homeland, 'the pearl of Africa.' Watching and listening the energetic Sarah Ndagire perform is like taking the most relaxing trip across Africa without a visa. She brings out the true soul of an African, the Joy, Sorrow, pain, determination, intelligence and perseverance. She has built an impressive repertoire made up of the most rare, unique and varied Ugandan rhythms and instruments that hitherto were played in isolation by different tribal musicians.

"Her music which combines Western influences with those of her homeland has won her a loyal audience abroad, Alice Muthengi," BBC network Africa. Following in the footsteps of internationally famous artists such as Miriam Makeba, Angelique Kidjo and Mory Kanté she continues collaborate with musicians from around the world, combining the Ugandan folk music styles with different musical styles of the world and the result has been an interesting contemporary world sound.

Numerous airplays, TV appearances, CD recordings and an impressive live career make her one of the most active and sought after female artist from Uganda today. She has performed and given workshops in different venues, festivals and schools such as Kasumama in Austria, Freudenstadt Africa festival, Forchheim Africa festival in Germany and London Africa festival at southbank, Uk, Sullivan high school, Chicago, Illinois, Chogm in Trinidad and Tobago. She choreographed a dance for the young people of herfordshire that was presented infront of the Queen and her guests at the commonwealth observance day 2015 at Westminster Abbey.

On the other hand, Ndagire has for a long time had a heart for and supported Older persons and the orphans and vulnerable children they live with. (www.gaitauganda.org)


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