KeruBo is a singer/song-writer and Afro-Jazz artist, originally from Kenya who now lives in Burlington, VT. Her style of music blends African Traditional Music, with inflections of Brazilian Samba, Bossa nova, Jazz, and Blues and has been heard all over the world. Her musical influences include Achien’g Abura, Miriam Makeba, Dorothy Masuka, and Nina Simon. These notable, strong-minded artists used their music as a powerful medium to bring awareness to social issues and to rebuke social injustices. They sang candidly about current issues regardless of the consequences. KeruBo’s music follows this legacy, promoting healing, preserving African culture and heritage, and highlighting social issues affecting vulnerable minorities such as women and children. KeruBo is a member of the Windows to A Multicultural World teaching artist team at the Clemmons Family Farm where she engages with K-12 students to actively promote the deeper understanding and appreciation of African American and African diaspora history, arts, and culture.

All sessions by KeruBo

Healing through Song with Singer/Songwriter KeruBo

Saturday, June 24, 2023
5:00 pm
Town Hall Theater