Deep Nashville roots, rich Western influence, a veritable fortune of experiences touring in support of a-list artists, and a non-sexy, woodshed, 1950’s American work-ethic have unified Daniel Kohavi and Emily Kohavi and Max Hoffman to forge the marvel of Wildeyes. A writing machine, Wildeyes has the uncanny ability to viscerally connect across generations, ideologies and genres with pure American music wandering South and West. Wildeyes performances are inimitable gifts that sonically, visually and emotionally retrieve and elevate you.
Learn about Tuareg culture, nomadic life, and shop for traditional jewelry designs. All money from purchases made during the fundraiser go directly to Jamal and his fund for malaria medication. The rainy season starts in July in Niger and we want to raise money to provide malaria medication to one of the more remote villages that needs medical assistance during malaria season.
A portion of any purchases made at Nomadic Ant will also be given to the malaria medication fund. Come out and learn about the Tuareg culture, listen to some traditional music and be part of this effort to fight malaria.