Join us Saturday, April 20th for a very special evening with White Sun. White Sun is an American musical group formed in Los Angeles, California. The line-up consists of Gurujas Khalsa (singer, songwriter), Adam Berry (producer, instrumentalist), and Harijiwan Khalsa (founder, percussionist). White Sun won the 59th Annual Grammy Award for Best New Age Album for their second album, White Sun II. White Sun's music has gone to #1 on Billboard, #1 on Amazon, and #1 on iTunes. Their music has been streamed 20 million times across 6 continents.
White Sun has collaborated with some of greatest musical talents in the world. That list includes Grammy-winning kora player Mamadou Diabaté, 9-time Grammy Nominated Gabe Witcher of the Punch Brothers, and the Waters Family Singers, who have been a part of nearly 260 gold and over 100 platinum albums. Produced by Grammy winner and two-time Emmy winner Adam Berry, White Sun’s music has also been used in studies at UCLA’s Neuropsychiatric Hospital led by Dr. Helen Lavretsky, and has been featured in the Psychiatric Times. White Sun is also on the course syllabus for Professor Stephanie Eggert’s classes at USC, where it is used to study stress management.
White Sun composed and performed a song called Love of Sound for "Nanak Shah Fakir," a film distributed by Viacom in 2018. A.R. Rahman, Uttam Singh, Resul Pookutty and Gulzar, all Oscar winners, joined forces to contribute to the film’s music, sound and lyrics.
This enchanting evening of music begins at 7:30, and there is a $30 suggested donation at the door.