Mamady Kouyaté brings Guinean Afro-jazz tradition to The Rotunda tonight - WXPN | Vinyl At Heart
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If you’re on the lookout for unique live music in Philly tonight, here’s a show not to miss care of the Fire Museum folks. Mamady Kouyaté, a studied practitioner of African jazz (specifically the Guinean dance variety) brings his band The Mandingo Ambassadors to West Philly cultural hub The Rotunda tonight for a free concert.

Kouyaté founded the group in 2005, though the 60-year-old guitarist has been a player and arranger for most of his life. Tonight’s show begins at 8 p.m.; for more information, consult the Fire Museum Presents webpage, and listen to some of Kouyaté’s music with The Mandingo Ambassadors below.

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