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A multi-talented musician in her own right, Sona Jobarteh is also the granddaughter of Gambian Griot and kora player Amadu Bansang Jobarte. She’s accompanied by jazz guitarist Femi Temowo and percussionist Robert Fordjour.
Written by Eliza
May 6, 2011 at 6:36 pm
Posted in Art & Culture
Tagged with Africa, Africa in London, BBC Africa, Femi Temowo, Gambia, music, sona jobarteh
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