Inshallah Kids Update!

Inshallah Kids and their families.

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  1. Lisa Khodjet-Kesba

    Masha Allah what a beautiful family and friends fun filled photograph.🙂

  2. The Inshallah Kids singers meet each week during the school year (September to April) and we find that parents often like to linger, loiter and join our song-circle too! Moms, dads, grandparents, toddlers, teens… it is very much a “family space”. Last season, some parents even ended up joining us on stage at our year-end concert!

  3. Sabrina

    Salam Dawud. This is probably the wrong place to ask, but do you have any upcoming U.K. events? I’ve been listening to your nasheeds since I was a child and would love to hear them in person. May Allah bless you for all that you do!

  4. Greetings of peace dear Sabrina,
    thank you for the sweet message and taking the time to post it. This is probably as good a place as any to drop me a line, since I do not use email and most people seem to think that sending postcards to my mail box (the ol’ fashioned way) is too passé. It is always heartwarming to know that some folks, like you, still remember my songs fondly. That means a great deal to me. As for events in the UK, at present there is nothing planned. Lately I have stepped away from booking too many live performances, with the exception of Abraham Jam events. These days I am dedicating more time to my family than to concert halls. That said, I am still actively writing and producing new music. Since I do not work with a music label, I record at my own speed and only release material when I am inspired to do so honestly and organically. My Abraham Jam partners Billy and David get me out to sing pretty frequently, but usually I am in my hometown, singing with seniors or helping to lead a children’s choir. Singing with old timers and with kids is wonderful. Those audiences aren’t interested in Youtube likes, Facebook stats or digital download sales ~ they just like to sing for the joy of it! That was how music was meant to be shared, as far as I am concerned. More of us should sing more regularly with children or elders…or both at the same time! One day, if you and I ever meet, I’d be happy to sing with you too. But you have to promise you’ll sing along. It’s no fun singing alone.

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