SAT JOT SINGH

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Sat Jot Singh

Sat Jot Singh began his devotional music career touring and recording with Snatam Kaur and Guruganesha Singh in 2006. He first performed with Snatam and Guruganesha on Peace Prayer Day 2006 and recorded & composed the Guru Ram Das track for the "Pure Ganesh" CD for Snatam and Guruganesha that very same year. Sat Jot also toured with Snatam in 2007 and again in 2008 as her bass player, keyboard player and primary backing vocalist. Last year in 2009 Sat Jot Singh released "Divine Shine" and "Sadhana Live from Rishikesh." His new release "Breath of Love" features the songs Ong Namo Guru Dev Namo, Pavan Guru, Ardas Bahee, Hum Dum Har Har, Sat Narayan and more. Sat Jot Singh and his jetha will be performing songs from "Breath of Love" as well as popular selections from his previous two CD's "Divine Shine" and "Sadhana Live from Rishikesh." These beautiful kundalini mantras combined with Sat Jot's english lyrics, some inspiring words by Yogi Bhajan and poetry by Kabir will allow you to discover for yourself the transformative power of the healing sound current.

As you sing along you'll experience a divine celebration with deep relaxation, inner joy, peace, love and healing.

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Sat Jot Singh

  • The night I fell in love with the world of kundalini, I happened upon a You Tube video of 3ho's summer solstice 2011. The soundtrack was by Sat Jot Singh...Eck Ong Kar Sat nam Siri.... it created a memory I'll keep with me always. Unfortunately I cannot find that video any more. Does anyone know where I might find it again ? !!

    -- leslie
  • I met Sat Jot at Winter Solstice and love his voice and energy. Dharma

    -- dharmakaur
  • I was graced to sing with him at Winter Solstice for the tantric burger makers. His beautiful voice and healing energy are precious!

    -- Bhakti Adi Shakti
  • I met Sat Jot at the Spirit Fest, his performance is genuine from the heart. I love the music. . . .makes you move.

    -- Livdhyan