When: Fri., Sept. 18, 10 p.m. 2009
"He possesses a unique and reedy voice like Sting, a stage presence like James Brown, and lyrical content reminiscent of Bob Marley." - NY Press "Chris Berry picked up where Paul Simon left off," says Michael Kang of The String Cheese Incident. "Chris' music glides across all racial and ethnic lines making everyone feel at home within the music. The conscious lyrics are a road map for humanity and Chris is one of the few people able to carry this message to a wide audience." Berry's story "sounds like it was written by a Hollywood script writer" (Steve Leggett). Maybe that is because it is hard to believe that a California White boy moved to Africa, became a spirit caller, and went on to sell over a million records in Southern Africa, where he still sells out stadiums. Now he is positioned to do the same in America.