Peter White



Born in Luton, England,[1] White first gained fame with his distinctive guitar style as accompanist to Al Stewart. During a 20-year tenure with Stewart, he co-wrote many songs, including Stewart's 1978 top-ten hit "Time Passages". In the late 1980s, White accompanied Basia on a series of acclaimed albums. In 1996, Basia was featured on White's album Caravan of Dreams, with vocals on the single "Just Another Day". White began recording his own albums in 1990. His songs — "What Does It Take (To Win Your Love)", recorded by Jr. Walker & The All Stars (2006), "Midnight In Manhattan", recorded by Grover Washington, Jr. (1998), and "Bright" (2009) — have each reached number one on the Billboard Jazz Songs chart.[2] Peter White performed regularly on many Windows albums appearing as a more or less 'permanent guest', In 2001 and 2002, White worked with Creed Bratton in the release of Bratton's first three solo albums. White produced, mixed and also played guitar on many of the tracks



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Lokua Kanza

Lokua Kanza
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Lokua Kanza ''was born Pascal Lokua Kanza in Bukavu in the province of Sud-Kivu, in the eastern part of the Democratic Republic of Congo. He is the eldest of eight children, with a Mongo father and a Tutsi mother from Rwanda. In 1964, the family went to live in Kinshasa in a middle class area, until the day when Pascal's father, a ship's captain, died. His mother then moved to a much poorer area of the city, and Pascal, the eldest, had to work to feed the family. He therefore went to school part time, and took odd jobs, as well as singing in churches''. Lokua Kanza sings inFrenchSwahiliLingalaPortuguese, and English.

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