Join Jai Uttal for Mantra Love: A Special LIVE Online Series
We begin Jan. 26, 2024

Jai Uttal, Workshop

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From Friday, January 24 to Sunday January 28th from 5-6:15 pm PDT.

I want to invite you all to a very special Mantra Love online concert series! Please join me LIVE from the mystic living room for an hour of songs and chants and sweet, heartfelt community. Please tell your friends and tell them to tell their friends!

Get ready to join hearts and virtual hands and spread the blanket of universal love to all beings.

Join me for 3 inspiring Mantra Sessions in which we will simply sing and raise our vibrations of love and awareness, and spread this energy far and wide.

Let’s gather together for 3 Days of Mantra Chanting, starting on the first full moon of 2024.

Each day I will choose one mantra and sing it with you .

Let us ring in the new year in a wave of prayer, singing together from the depths of our beings, as we heal our hearts and envelope the planet in a blanket of ‘Mantra Love’.

When you love something you can’t help but pour your heart into it!

When you love a mantra, it loves you back and the more love you pour into your mantra practice, the more love you receive. After a while, this love affair between you and your mantra practice becomes a wheel, turning and churning the well of light within your heart!

Please join me and register now for the series!

Jai Uttal

New Album: Dust and Tears

Jai Uttal, Dust & Tears

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“So intimate, so vulnerable, so ecstatic, so sad, so romantic, so edgy, so historical, so new, so now, so timeless, so emotionally and musically complex— I think this is Jai’s BEST album.”  
—Sharon Gannon, Jivamukti Yoga founder, activist, writer, dancer, painter, musician and chef.  

Dust and Tears is one of the most introspective, profoundly personal albums in the vast catalog of the beloved, world devotional musical innovator Jai Uttal. It is also one of his most boldly adventurous recordings—an inspired synthesis of divine poetry and song from across the ages and around the globe. Over the course of nine pristine tracks, Jai invokes and honors the great singer-saints of India’s Bhakti tradition, the beauty of Old Testament psalmistry and the heartfelt songs of America’s wandering, folk-singing storytellers. Jai’s performance on Dust and Tears hits new heights of ecstatic bliss and plumbs new depths of despair and longing—the voice of a prophet, crying in the wilderness.”
— Alan di Perna, music journalist

I love ‘Dust & Tears’ — the lyrics, Jai’s voice, the arrangements, the heart, the feelings.
— Anne Lamott, bestselling author

Jai Uttal, Dust & Tears, New Album
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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.

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