One Tribe band members

Contact us info@onetriberhythms.com

NC Museum of Art Renfair 2015

“THANK YOU for playing at my family reunion.
Your performance was very upbeat and entertaining. Everybody was still talking about it on Monday! I hope I will be abe to see you all perform again. I will definitely keep you all on my list of great performances!!”
—Kim F, Goldsboro

 

One Tribe performing at the Raleigh Drum Circle Birthday Bash

Thanks to Annelies Gentile & Brian McGee for photos and to Jonah Circle Limit Kuttner for photos & video.

One Tribe…One Heartbeat…One Sound

One Tribe is a gathering of sounds and rhythms, energy and togetherness.

Started off as a side project from local Raleigh gatherings, One Tribe has now taken shape into a journey of musical exploration. Creating not only traditional rhythms, but extending out into multi-cultural landscapes.

Multiple people, multiple personalities, multiple instruments…One Purpose…Unity.

Sample Recordings:YouTube channel for One Tribe Rhythms One Tribe on ReverbNation facebook page


Let's schedule a One Tribe performance or drum circle (or both!) for your event.

Past Performances:

One Tribe drum circle at a senior living facilityRaleigh Artsplosure, Cary's Final Friday, NC Museum of Art's Family Renaissance Fair, Live & Local Earthday Celebration, churches, SPARKcon, Oak City 7, City of Raleigh Parks Summer Concert Series, Earth Celebration & Bugfest at NC Museum of Natural Sciences, Raleigh Rocks Road Race, NCSU 125th Anniversary Celebration, Crop Walk, Raleigh Drum Circle Birthday Bash, Cooke Street Carnival, St. Anne's Chapel in Tarboro, family reunions & celebrations, Holly Springs Farmers Market, Central NC Pagan Pride Days, the Festival of Legends, Rock n Roll Marathon, and Raleigh's First Friday art walk.