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      Rachid Taha & TinariwenWhen: Thursday, April 16, 2009 8:00 PM - 9:00 PMWhere: Page AuditoriumCost: $34, $26, $20, $5More InfoDescription: Taha mixes raï, techno, rock, and punk to sing Arabic wah-wah tunes about exile and racism. The combination of traditional and electronic instruments results in a sound like the Clash being backed up by bendir, the North African snare drum. He shares the bill with the stunning Tinariwen-the "Best African Band" of 2008 (Rolling Stone). In French and Tamashek, these dazzling nomad rockers sing hypnotic, tangled blues-poetry for Tuareg independence.Sponsor: Duke PerformancesContact Information: Greenwald, Aaron 660-3357Categories: Concert/Music in Durham


      • Rachid Taha & TinariwenWhen: Thursday, April 16, 2009 8:00 PM - 9:00 PMWhere: Page AuditoriumCost: $34, $26, $20, $5More InfoDescription: Taha mixes raï, techno, rock, and punk to sing Arabic wah-wah tunes about exile and racism. The combination of traditional and electronic instruments results in a sound like the Clash being backed up by bendir, the North African snare drum. He shares the bill with the stunning Tinariwen-the "Best African Band" of 2008 (Rolling Stone). In French and Tamashek, these dazzling nomad rockers sing hypnotic, tangled blues-poetry for Tuareg independence.Sponsor: Duke PerformancesContact Information: Greenwald, Aaron 660-3357Categories: Concert/Music Photo #1
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      April 16, 2009

      Thursday   8:00 PM

      Duke University
      Durham, North Carolina 27708

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      Rachid Taha & TinariwenWhen: Thursday, April 16, 2009 8:00 PM - 9:00 PMWhere: Page AuditoriumCost: $34, $26, $20, $5More InfoDescription: Taha mixes raï, techno, rock, and punk to sing Arabic wah-wah tunes about exile and racism. The combination of traditional and electronic instruments results in a sound like the Clash being backed up by bendir, the North African snare drum. He shares the bill with the stunning Tinariwen-the "Best African Band" of 2008 (Rolling Stone). In French and Tamashek, these dazzling nomad rockers sing hypnotic, tangled blues-poetry for Tuareg independence.Sponsor: Duke PerformancesContact Information: Greenwald, Aaron 660-3357Categories: Concert/Music


      Where: Page Auditorium

      Cost: $34, $26, $20, $5

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      Description: Taha mixes raï, techno, rock, and punk to sing Arabic wah-wah tunes about exile and racism. The combination of traditional and electronic instruments results in a sound like the Clash being backed up by bendir, the North African snare drum. He shares the bill with the stunning Tinariwen-the "Best African Band" of 2008 (Rolling Stone). In French and Tamashek, these dazzling nomad rockers sing hypnotic, tangled blues-poetry for Tuareg independence.



      Sponsor: Duke Performances

      Contact Information: Greenwald, Aaron 660-3357

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      COMMENTS ABOUT Rachid Taha & TinariwenWhen: Thursday, April 16, 2009 8:00 PM - 9:00 PMWhere: Page AuditoriumCost: $34, $26, $20, $5More InfoDescription: Taha mixes raï, techno, rock, and punk to sing Arabic wah-wah tunes about exile and racism. The combination of traditional and electronic instruments results in a sound like the Clash being backed up by bendir, the North African snare drum. He shares the bill with the stunning Tinariwen-the "Best African Band" of 2008 (Rolling Stone). In French and Tamashek, these dazzling nomad rockers sing hypnotic, tangled blues-poetry for Tuareg independence.Sponsor: Duke PerformancesContact Information: Greenwald, Aaron 660-3357Categories: Concert/Music