1001 Ways
Influences: India , Gypsy , West European
Genres: world, fusion, ambient, chill out, reggae, beat, dance, trance, yoga, meditation
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January 2022 #4 - Top 40 for India Influence Girganga (Viola d'amore) 1001 Ways world fusion project live in Nepal (video)
April 2021 #14 - Top 40 for West European Influence 1001 Ways TRUST feat. Sean Roldan & Friends at GoMad Festival (video)
Coming soon - New Album Dream come true by 1001 Ways Coming soon, new Album Dream come true by 1001 Ways The Album is a musical fusion of electronic dance grooves combined with deep lyrics and 100's of years old ethnic instruments like Viola D'Amore, Dotara, Bamboo Flute and Sarod to name a few.  CD Album will be released in late spring 2013 by Label Music4Peace.com Join 1001 Ways Newsletter at:  www.1001ways.ch/news.html more
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About: 1001 Ways Tobias Huber
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About: 1001 Ways world fusion project live in India
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About: 1001 Ways world fusion project live in India
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About: 1001 Ways world fusion project
1001 Ways is incorporating the old with the new. With deep lyrics and a large multicultural background they transport a musical vision of peace and tolerance to the world.The group lead by violinist Tobias Huber, who hails from a musical family (His Grandmother comes from the Django Reinhardt family). The other members are vocalist Yvonne Guldimann (HailingfromCameron) and Hilarius Dauag (Hailing from the Philippines), who performs on the balaphone and various percussion and flutes.Together they have recorded theCD "Gandhi". It is based on musical traditions that are thousands of years old as well as blending modern pop sounds and chill-out elements. The truly exciting aspect of the CD is the combination of there extraordinary music with the rare recording of Mahatma Gandhi's voice(It comes with the blessing of Dr. Arun Gandhi, Mahatma Gandhi's grandson). This CDhad breaked borders in all senses.

1001 Ways performed at International Festivals around the world and are touring now with their energetic multimedia live performance, including original Filmfootagesof Mahatma Gandhi. 1001 Ways had international media coverage on BBC, New York Post, London to Night, Forbes TV, Asian Voice, India Digest, Culture Times, Pakistan TV, Sirus Radio to name some. 1001 Ways worked together withinternational artists like: Farafina (Real World), Fathy Salama (producerof "Egypt" for Youssou N’Dour), Omega III (producer of Madonna...), Gypsy Kings,Tony Scott, Buddy Miles and Calvin Owens.

1001 Ways World Fusion Project


Music 4 Peace /The Gandhi Tour





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