Music is a universal language and can even spark social change. That is the thought behind The Gandhi Tour. With the support of Dr. Arun Gandhi, Mahatma Gandhis grandson, this touring music festival started in 2006 (100 Years of nonviolence) with events since in San Francisco, New York and London, to spread Gandhis message of non-violence and multicultural understanding. Music is one of the most important tool in Non-Violence education, said founder Tobias Huber. Hubers band 1001 Ways is truly multicultural and played with icons like Gypsy Kings, Tony Scott, Buddy Miles and Calvin Owens. Their last album Gandhi is the first music production that includes rear recordings of the influential leaders own voice. 1001 Ways and Wayne Warewick (DjunDjetti) Founder of Tribes of the World will show parts of there extraordinary live performances at the Music 4 Peace Lounge at Sundance. "Grow hope and tolerance for future generations, as our violent history is teaching us to be the change! I see the realization of this historical events as an essential need. It's now more important then ever to unite for Peace!" Tobias Huber, Founder of The Gandhi Tour.
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