Four artists, three continents, one common denominator. Their music seems like a manifesto of pure joie de vivre.
Four artists, three continents, one common denominator. Their music seems like a manifesto of pure joie de vivre. What Bukahara deliver at their concerts is evidence of a band that has found each other not only on a musical but also on a human level. But it is also the fusion of different musical traditions, the idiosyncratic compositional style and the devoted interlocking of craft and passion that make Bukahara what they are: a jewel of German pop culture. Ten years ago, when the gang of four was studying jazz in Cologne in addition to street music, the journey began under the name Bukahara. Since then, the four friends have played their way up from the roadside to headlining major festivals and international concerts with seemingly barefoot ease. Nevertheless, the quartet has remained true to its unconventional streak and has always retained its musical curiosity.
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