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Kuvebo! Our first CD, featuring Hamidou Koivogui

A project in Louisville, KY by Gregory Acker

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Kuvebo!: CD of music from Guinea, West Africa. Djembes, dununs, flutes, balafon, and singing. Hamidou and friends = drum + dance party!
Backers: 53
Average Pledge Per Backer: $114

Funded: $6,019 of $6,000
Dates: Mar 30th -> May 29th (60 days)
Project By: Gregory Acker
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Latest News

Halfway to Goal Line!

May 22nd - via: kickstarter.com
Thanks to many generous music lovers, the Kuvebo Kickstarter is over the halfway mark! We are still looking for support from anyone else in the "framily" for pre-sales of our CD, $17. 6 days remaining...then we can rest! Please recommend to anyone... (Read More)

Kuvebo! at How-To Festival, Live with Live on WAVE Country with Dawne Gee

May 18th - via: kickstarter.com
Thanks to you all for joining in the Kuvebo! Our many supporters have gotten us close to the halfway mark on this journey to complete our CD! Just a couple of weeks left... We've had some great recent opportunities to share our beat, including the TV... (Read More)

IUS Multicultural Student Union Graduation Celebration and more...

May 4th - via: kickstarter.com
Kuvebo! @ IUS MSU graduation celebration 2019 The inaugural Multicultural Student Union graduation celebration was last week at Indiana University Southeast--a campus that has doubled its multicultural student population in just a few years, thanks... (Read More)

Week 3--Speed and FC Louisville: dancing in the museum and the stadium!

April 23rd - via: kickstarter.com
    Beautiful weekend for Kuvebo!--opportunity to collaborate with WXOX ArtxFM and the Speed Museum for After Hours, with hundreds in attendance, a drumming procession through the gallery,  and dozens dancing with Hamidou in the great hall. Then... (Read More)

Kuvebo! Thanking you for helping us to bring a little beauty into the world!

April 15th - via: kickstarter.com
Week Two report--almost 1/3 of the way to our goal, outreach to local drum circles and drum lovers, plus lots more friends and family, former colleagues and classmates. Everyone in the group is sending out to their circles and some supporters are... (Read More)

One Week and We're 20% there! Many thanks!

April 7th - via: kickstarter.com
Calling the Village Wonderful to hear from friends and family with early support for this recording! We have our final CD masters from Steve at Raise the Roof now, and our graphic designer Greg Hendricks has our collection of photos and credits etc.... (Read More)

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