New Rocky Dawuni album out March 31, 2015

Branches of the Same Tree, the new album from Rocky Dawuni is out March 31, 2015 worldwide on Cumbancha. The Versatile musician—songwriter straddles the musical boundaries between Africa, the Caribbean and the U.S.A to create an appealing “Afro-Roots” sound that unites generations and cultures.

Filled with uplifting and irresistible songs, the Ghanian international star and humanitarian’s sixth album, and first on Cumbancha, blends inspirations from his diverse experiences while expanding on his identity as an artist, a proud son of Africa and as a true world citizen.

As part of efforts to promote the new album, Rocky Dawuni will embark on a series of international tours to Europe, Canada and in his second home——USA from early April through the second quarter of September of 2015. Details of these tours are respectively listed below:

APRIL 8 2015, Hollywood, CA The Grammy Museum &
The RFK Center for Human Rights Presents

APRIL 18 2015, Tulsa, OK Tulsa Roots Music BASH

MAY 2015
24 Bradley, CA Lighting in a Bottle
26 Aarhus, Denmark Venue TBA at
27 Cologne, Germany Venue TBA at
28 Nuuk, Greenland Venue TBA at
31 Copenhagen, Denmark Venue TBA at

JULY 2015
12 Petosky, MI Blissfest
24 Carlsbad, CA TGIF Concerts

1 Los Angeles, CA Grand Performances
13 New York, NY Lincoln Center
14 Toronto, ON Harbourfront Center

19 Pasadena, CA Levitt Pavilion Pasadena

Ziggy Marley, son of late reggae legend and global icon has described the Ghanaian artiste saying “Rocky’s music is a creative inspiration that has no boundaries.”
while the US weekly based in Los Angeles; the LA Weekly says oh him: ”Few artists have a more positive vibe than Rocky. His show is an incandescent Afro-Roots dance party.”

Watch video of African Thriller, the single to the new album

“His influence has been widespread, working with Bono and Stevie Wonder while his songs are consistently featured in popular American television shows. Rocky is one of the rare African artists to break through to a broad audience.” – The Huffington Post.

Folks here at #TheAfricanDream have had the privilege of encountering Rocky Dawuni in diverse ways and all such encounters have been nothing but amazingly exceptional. We see a lot of positive energy in his music and work as a humanitarian and encourage you to support this album by not only spreading the word about it, but also purchasing it.

Buy The “Branches of the Same Tree” album at the Cumbancha Official Store, on iTunes or Amazon via the links below: iTunes. Amazon.

Enjoy a streamed preview of the entire album in the audio file below and thank you for reading and sharing

Story by Cary Sullivan with minor edits by Oral Ofori

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