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The Montgomery School (Bell Hall) 1141 Kimberton Road (Route 113) Chester Springs, PA 19425 There is parking in the rear of bell hall and an easy way to load in. My cell phone number for the day of the show is 215 518 9342.

Let The Mystery Be

Michael London

Favorite Covers and Originals

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  1. 1 Across The Great Divide 04:08 Info Free
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  2. 2 The Very Thought Of You 04:28 Info Free
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  3. 3 Just the Two of Us 04:14 Info Free
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  4. 4 Once In A Lifetime 05:12 Info Free
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  5. 5 Ruby It's You 04:14 Free
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  6. 6 Mercy Mercy Me / America The Beautiful 05:09 Info Free
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  7. 7 What The World Needs Now 05:05 Free
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  8. 8 Let The Mystery Be 03:33 Info Free
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  9. 9 Cuando El Rey Nimrod 03:05 Info Free
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  10. 10 Inner City Blues 04:29 Info Free
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  11. 11 And I Love You So 04:37 Info Free
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  12. 12 A Healing In This Night 05:20 Info Free
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  13. 13 Unchain My Heart 04:52 Free
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  14. 14 For Sentimental Reasons 02:52 Info Free
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  15. 15 I Shall Be Released 04:44 Info Free
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  16. 16 Left Right Left 03:09 Info Free
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  17. 17 Today 04:28 Info Free
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Michael London is a Philadelphia Area musician with a soulful voice and a great touch on acoustic and electric guitars.  His latest recording  features interpretations of classic folk, jazz and soul songs in his own unique, exciting and expansive style.  London is also a passionate interpreter of Rumi’s poetry, the great 13th century Sufi poet.  He offers us a musical window into the ecstatic poems, which reveal and make tangible our connection with the self, humanity, nature and beyond.  His CD's and original songs, inspired by this mystical poet speak directly to us, and get to the central themes and issues of living with passion and true joy.  His musical journey began with singing folk songs and show tunes with his family and he found it brought warmth, connectedness and bonding like nothing else.  He was especially inspired singing songs by James Taylor, Cat Stevens, Richie Havens and Marvin Gaye and began to write songs and to develop his own musical voice.  In college, he found a whole new world of incredible players and shifted his focus to instrumental work, learning to improvise and accompany dancers with atmospheric and lyrical guitar.  An accomplished songwriter, Michael is adept at many guitar styles, has his own recording studio and is a soulful and moving singer.  He is also a college Professor by day, and has a PhD in Organizational Behavior and serves on the faculty at Muhlenberg college.  Michael has a great ability to get audiences involved and takes the stage with comfort and poise. Today, his many influences come together in his heartfelt explorations of “Rumi In Song”.


Michael is featured on the Standing "O" Project

"I heard Michael's music for the first time on WXPN (Gene Shay's show) and was blown away by the ways in which he wove the exquisite poetry of Rumi with his own inspired musical creations. Hearing him in concert less than a week later, the intensity of the passion and magic increased 100-fold. Sitting in the audience, surrounded by souls listening with rapt attention, I was moved with a certainty that the poet himself was whispering in Michael's ear throughout the performance. At turns, deeply peaceful and vibrantly energetic. What a gift!"   - Edie Weinstein Moser LSW

Listen to Michael's interpretation of Rumi in Song

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