MaMuse & Fula Brothers

Event Details

  • Date:
  • Venue: Dance Palace
    503 B Street, Point Reyes Station, CA, 94956, United States
  • Venue: Dance Palace
  • Cost: $22

In collaboration with MaMuse and Fula Brothers

MaMuse & Fula Brothers = FulaMuse...Be ready to get your dance on!

FulaMuse is a double dose of heart poured over rhythms to uplift the body and soul—the union of two bands who nourish and rouse the collective spirit. MaMuse invokes a musical presence that inspires the opening of the heart. Fula Brothers creates an ecstatic groove-based dialogue which the heart—and the feet—cannot resist. The rich diversity between them and their shared love to buoy the spirit creates collaborative magic. Songbird singers, West African hunters harp, finger style guitar, drums, vocals, bass, and ukulele are all part of the bounty. Boatloads of improvisation, a full heart, and always an ecstatic community of dancers. Open to all ages, kids under 12 are free.


Wholeheartedly fed by the folk and gospel traditions, MaMuse (Sarah Nutting and Karisha Longaker) creates uplifting music to inspire the world into thriving. Interweaving brilliant and haunting harmony with lyrics born of honed emotional intelligence, MaMuse invokes a musical presence that inspires the opening of the heart. Often playing a variety of acoustic instruments (upright bass, guitar, mandolins, ukulele and flutes), these two powerful women embody a love for all life. The synergy that is created through their musical connection is palpable and truly moving to witness. With nine years of co-creation and four albums under their belts, MaMuse keeps their hearts tuned to the creation of music for the health of all beings.

Fula Brothers

Fula Brothers is the high spirited meeting of three seasoned touring performers—Malian hunters harp player Mamadou Sidibe, guitarist Walter Strauss, and drummer Kendrick Freeman. Each has spent decades pursuing the shared heartbeat in music from around the globe. Theirs is a history filled with international collaborations and colorful apprenticeships, from West Africa and Scotland to Haiti and the US.