Jai Uttal

New Album: LET ME BURN

Jai Uttal, Let Me Burn, Alan di Perna, One of America's foremost music scribes, Alan di Perna has been writing professionally about popular music and culture since 1980.

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For the last year and half the world has been in a cocoon, inwardly burning, waiting for the chrysalis to fall away. As we enter the summer months and our hearts begin to emerge, ready to fly, Jai Uttal is celebrating his 70th birthday with his latest album release ‘Let me Burn’, which will drop on August 4th!

Read the Preview of Jai Uttal’s new album Let me Burn by Alan di Perna

Read the liner notes for Let me Burn

Join me for The Kirtan Love Experience
A midsummer night’s Bhakti Journey and online course

Jai Uttal, Online Kirtan Course, Bhakti Yoga, Chanting

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July 7, 14, 21, 28 2021
Wednesday Evenings in July 
5 – 6:30 pm PDT, 
8 – 9:30 pm EDT
Live or on-demand

Join Jai in chanting, prayer and storytelling as we explore the essence of four different aspects of the divine.

Under the cool shade of an ancient Ashoka Tree, let’s sit together in community and share the longing and love of our inner most hearts.

As our spiritual mother, Shri Siddhi Ma, urged us: “practice and wait for grace“.

Let’s set this sacred time aside, each Wednesday night, for remembrance and ecstatic devotion, culminating in the celebration of Guru Purnima, the night of the Divine Teacher.  – you will receive access to the course for 6 months in our online course platform which will include the live classes and additional offerings to support your practice.


Free Online Album Release Concert

Wed, Aug 4 @ 5:00 pm - 6:15 pm

Ecstatic Chant at Blue Spirit, Costa Rica

Sat, Jan 1, 2022 @ 12:00 pm - Fri, Jan 7, 2022 @ 11:00 am

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My musical Guru, Ali Akbar Khan, used to speak so sweetly about his time in the Rajasthani court, playing for the king who became his patron and benefactor. Khansahib, as we lovingly called him, claimed he would never have become the maestro that he was without having had that patronage. And the same is true for so many of the greatest artists, playwrights, scientists and musicians of history – they all had patrons helping them to achieve their life’s vision.

Well, times have changed. The days of royal patronage are long gone. But now, with crowdfunding and other miracles, we’re relearning the art of giving in a new and very modern way. As we rediscover our interconnectedness and interdependence, we find the awareness that we all need to become patrons of each other.


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