If Not Now, When: Interview with Zion Fyah
Zion is a poet, singer songwriter. His music is founded on Reggae principles in the tradition of 'Rebel Music' and inspired by such artists as Bob Marley, Peter Tosh.
He has played internationally in Canada, the United States and Central America.
Zion is leader of the Vancouver Roots band " I'Land". Together, they have performed internationally and locally in many festivals and venues including: repeat appearances at the Hollywood Whiskey a GoGo; Hollywood House of Blues; Anaheim House of Blues; Casa Amarillo, Havana; Radio Havana; Fresa y Chocolate, Havana; Sala Atril, Havana; Ralak Festival, North Carolina; Grafton Hotel, Hollywood; and many more.
Zion Fyah has released several disc recordings including the song 'Baltimore' featuring the legendary Glen DaCosta of Bob Marley and the Wailers, 'Mariella' and 'Free-o-lent' both of which were on the Ourstage top ten list for consecutive years. Zion Fyah is also a poet and his book of poetry "Seven Songs of Freedom" is available on Amazon.
The music is a blend of middle-eastern, afro-cuban, folk, roots, reggae- it is original and poetic. This group's live performances are always exciting and enchanting.
In this interview we Zion will talk to us about his music, what motives him, how he works on his sounds and much more.
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