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Taj Mahal at Palm Springs, CA in Annenberg Theater 2024
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Fan Reviews

Michelle
March 12th 2024
Taj Mahal and his band are legendary. The opener Sona Jobarteh and her band were inspiring as well!! It was their last night on the tour, so it felt extra special.
Ottawa, ON@
National Arts Centre
Sherry
March 8th 2024
The show was Great!! That was my first time seeing Taj, and I’m so glad I got to experience him.Wished it was longer
Albany, NY@
Hart Theatre at the Egg
Ransom
February 26th 2024
This was a special event for my wife and I - we danced to Taj and his band on our first date 47 years ago at the Rusty Nail, a converted tobacco barn in Sunderland, Massachusetts. Taj was wonderful, and his voice was as strong and gravelly as it was back then (although he wasn’t boogying around the stage like back when he could do an actual cakewalk!), and the addition of a maestro like Sona Jobarteh was an unexpected bonus. Also the talent of his band was phenomenal, from the ex-Coral Reefers steel drummer to the Hawaiian pedal steel guitar player, who did a searingly beautiful version of the instrumental “Sweet Talk”, which was always that last slow song at the high school dances. And his Trinidadian drummer - well, do you remember Animal on the Muppet Show? That’s him. Two complaints, though. First, Taj didn’t come on till after 9 (for a 7:30 show), and we didn’t get enough of his newer music, because he didn’t play that long. Second, it seems the crowd came for Jobarteh (who got multiple standing ovations) and didn’t appreciate Taj (several people actually left during his set). Wife and I were ready to dance in the aisles, but most of the audience barely moved when he sang. Given his amazing career, and the fact that he was bringing such great African roots music to a wider audience, I was disappointed in the audience, but not the musicians. Having said that, the final jam involving both bands was rousing and wonderful.
Palm Springs, CA@
Annenberg Theater
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About Taj Mahal

Henry Saint Clair Fredericks, who goes by the stage name Taj Mahal, is an internationally recognized blues musician who folds various forms of world music into his offerings. A self-taught singer-songwriter who plays the guitar, banjo and harmonica (among many other instruments), Mahal has done much to reshape the definition and scope of blues music during his 40+ year career by fusing it with nontraditional forms, including sounds from the Caribbean, Africa and the South Pacific.
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Genres:
Blues
Hometown:
Springfield, Massachusetts

No upcoming shows in your city
Send a request to Taj Mahal to play in your city
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Live Photos of Taj Mahal

Taj Mahal at Palm Springs, CA in Annenberg Theater 2024
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Taj Mahal merch
amazonview store

Sugar Mama Blues
$18.73
View All
Taj Mahal's tour

Fan Reviews

Michelle
March 12th 2024
Taj Mahal and his band are legendary. The opener Sona Jobarteh and her band were inspiring as well!! It was their last night on the tour, so it felt extra special.
Ottawa, ON@
National Arts Centre
Sherry
March 8th 2024
The show was Great!! That was my first time seeing Taj, and I’m so glad I got to experience him.Wished it was longer
Albany, NY@
Hart Theatre at the Egg
Ransom
February 26th 2024
This was a special event for my wife and I - we danced to Taj and his band on our first date 47 years ago at the Rusty Nail, a converted tobacco barn in Sunderland, Massachusetts. Taj was wonderful, and his voice was as strong and gravelly as it was back then (although he wasn’t boogying around the stage like back when he could do an actual cakewalk!), and the addition of a maestro like Sona Jobarteh was an unexpected bonus. Also the talent of his band was phenomenal, from the ex-Coral Reefers steel drummer to the Hawaiian pedal steel guitar player, who did a searingly beautiful version of the instrumental “Sweet Talk”, which was always that last slow song at the high school dances. And his Trinidadian drummer - well, do you remember Animal on the Muppet Show? That’s him. Two complaints, though. First, Taj didn’t come on till after 9 (for a 7:30 show), and we didn’t get enough of his newer music, because he didn’t play that long. Second, it seems the crowd came for Jobarteh (who got multiple standing ovations) and didn’t appreciate Taj (several people actually left during his set). Wife and I were ready to dance in the aisles, but most of the audience barely moved when he sang. Given his amazing career, and the fact that he was bringing such great African roots music to a wider audience, I was disappointed in the audience, but not the musicians. Having said that, the final jam involving both bands was rousing and wonderful.
Palm Springs, CA@
Annenberg Theater
View More Fan Reviews

About Taj Mahal

Henry Saint Clair Fredericks, who goes by the stage name Taj Mahal, is an internationally recognized blues musician who folds various forms of world music into his offerings. A self-taught singer-songwriter who plays the guitar, banjo and harmonica (among many other instruments), Mahal has done much to reshape the definition and scope of blues music during his 40+ year career by fusing it with nontraditional forms, including sounds from the Caribbean, Africa and the South Pacific.
Show More
Genres:
Blues
Hometown:
Springfield, Massachusetts

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