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Meklit

Meklit

Meklit


Ethiopian born singer/songwriter Meklit Hadero is a Jazz, Folk and Soul-Influenced artist who sings in English an Amharic. Born in Addis Ababa, Hadero fled with her doctor parents to the US in hopes of escaping the years of violence that followed Ethiopia's 1974 revolution. Raised in Iowa and Brooklyn, Hadero sang in choirs growing up and was introduced to the jazz vocalist Billie Holiday as an adolescent. Although she earned a degree in Political Science from Yale Read more on Last.fm
Ethiopian born singer/songwriter Meklit Hadero is a Jazz, Folk and Soul-Influenced artist who sings in English an Amharic. Born in Addis Ababa, Hadero fled with her doctor parents to the US in hopes of escaping the years of violence that followed Ethiopia's 1974 revolution. Raised in Iowa and Brooklyn, Hadero sang in choirs growing up and was introduced to the jazz vocalist Billie Holiday as an adolescent. Although she earned a degree in Political Science from Yale, Hadero continued to sing and eventually settled into the vibrant arts scene of San Fransisco, where she took vocal and guitar lessons.

Finding a home at the local Red Poppy Art House, Hadero began to perform and found her own sound, and teamed up with like minded guitarist Todd Brown in the Jazz, Roots, and African music-Influenced band Nefasha Ayer. Hadero released her debut solo album, On A Day LikeThis..., in 2010 ~Matt Collar, Rover (found and copied from Spotify's Artist Biography of Meklit Hadero) http://open.spotify.com/artist/4bLgUzvQwgeQsGt9ouWnTh Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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