Known simply as “The Voice” in his home country, Vusi Mahlasela is one of South Africa’s most celebrated musicians and cultural activists. His music was born out of the struggle against apartheid, and he performed his song "When You Come Back," honoring political exiles, at Nelson Mandela's presidential inauguration in 1994. “The Voice” was soon heard all over the world, sharing his songs of truth and hope and sharing stages with Dave Matthews Band, Sting, and Josh Groban. AnchorageConcerts.org.
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