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11.09.17
A Cat’s Attic: Peace Train Tour – Opening Night
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A Cat’s Attic: Peace Train Tour – Opening Night

The stillness of a serene Johannesburg evening was well and truly shattered when Yusuf / Cat Stevens’ Peace Train steamed into town. The lights and glamour of his theatrical production transported a slice of London’s West End directly into the calm African night and the sounds and songs that defined an era of hope rang

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10.31.17
Teaser Street: Tour Rehearsals
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Teaser Street: Tour Rehearsals

It’s late in the evening just south of the Thames and Kwame Yeboah is steering Eric Appapoulay and Glen Scott through songs from Yusuf / Cat Stevens’ prolific back catalogue. The hi-hats mark the pace as the bass and guitar drive through the familiar musical patterns that are ingrained in the hearts of fans the

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09.14.17
The Laughing Apple Album Launch
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The Laughing Apple Album Launch

The Laughing Apple has now been released and promises to be a fantastic and significant addition to a body of work that has touched hearts the world over for some five decades. In honour of the release of the album I thought I’d share some personal experiences from the private launch event that I was

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09.14.17
You Can Do (Whatever)!
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You Can Do (Whatever)!

Presenting ‘You Can Do (Whatever)!’ from The Laughing Apple. Pre-order The Laughing Apple

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09.06.17
Rohingya Emergency
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Rohingya Emergency

“The Rohingyan community need our help urgently, hundreds are being killed; mothers and children, brothers and sisters, thousands are fleeing in desperate search of a safe haven. Penny Appeal teams are on the ground inside Myanmar as well as Bangladesh and Pakistan providing food, water, medicine, and shelter to those trying to escape the atrocities.

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09.02.17
Mary and the Little Lamb – Lyric Video
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Mary and the Little Lamb – Lyric Video

“I had some demos which never got to see the light of day and one of them was ‘Mary and the Little Lamb’. There was something beautiful about that song and I always loved the chorus, even though it was sad. I felt I had to write another verse because I wanted it to make

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