Snatam Kaur Khalsa

I feel blessed to be able to listen to her sing. She has the most amazing voice. I am moved everytime I listen to her.

My three favorite songs from this album are:

By Thy Grace

Servant of Peace

Gobinda Gobinda Hari Hari

All I can say is… if you haven’t heard her sing, please go to Amazon and list to the samples RIGHT NOW! : )

Snatam Kaur - Living Angel
The most beautiful voice I have ever heard (Snatam Kaur)

 

Here’s a link to one of her albums that I have:

http://www.amazon.com/Essential-Snatam-Kaur-Sacred-Chants/dp/B003BWQE1S/

A little more about Snatum Kaur from wikipedia:

She is an American singer and songwriter. Snatam Kaur performs Indian devotional music, kirtan, and tours the world as a peace activist. The name “Kaur”, meaning “princess”, is shared by all female Sikhs.

Her family moved to California when Snatam was two, living in Long Beach and Sacramento. When Snatam was six, the family went to India where her mother studied kirtan. Snatam lived on a ranch near Bolinas, California until 8th grade and then moved to Mill Valley in 1986. During her childhood, she played kirtan with her mother in Sikh temples and at Sikh religious ceremonies. She attended Tamalpais High School in Mill Valley. While at Tam High, she played violin in the school orchestra and began songwriting. Bob Weir of the Grateful Dead coached Kaur and her classmates before they performed her song Saving the Earth at an Earth Day concert in San Francisco on April 22, 1990.


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