MFA Kera: Interview
Mahalia Jackson in Senegal
A talk with MFA Kera
Sadiq Bey's interview with MFA Kera part 1
Black Heritage at Free Blues Club
Sadiq Bey's interview with MFA Kera part 2
MFA Kera and Mike Russell's Black Heritage Nelson Mandela tribute
Black Heritage afro soul retrospective
MFA Kera is a singer, composer, writer and painter, who spent her childhood years in Madagascar and Senegal. After a move to Paris she began her music career, inspired not in the least by Mahalia Jackson. Working with many greats along the way, such as John Lee Hooker, Memphis Slim, Mickey Baker and Milt Buckner, and after spending a few years in Los Angeles, Kera is now based in Berlin, where she continues to fuse ethnic African music with a myriad of musical elements, while working with her Black Heritage Orchestra.
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The supervising editor at Musicians' Corner's pick: MFA Kera europe remix 3 by Sadiq Bey >green_man/
MFA Kera, Sadiq Bey, Mike Russell, Black Heritage, Mahalia Jackson, Memphis Slim, Mickey Baker, Wazis Diop, Milt Buckner, Herbie Hancock, John Lee Hooker, Ricky Olombelo, Trees For The Future, vocals, Senegal, Paris, Berlin, Africa