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Jun
23
DjunDjetti @ woodbury ski area

woodbury, Connecticut, USA

woodbury, Connecticut, USA

May
25
DjunDjetti @ Harbor Park

Middletown, Connecticut, USA

Middletown, Connecticut, USA

May
12
DjunDjetti @ Unconn Benfit Concert

None, Connecticut, USA

None, Connecticut, USA

Music

Press


M4P press conference with Praz - Music 4 Peace


M4P press conference with Praz - Music 4 Peace


SMI/SwaggMedia Founder Craig Nobles, Hip-Hop Mogul Russell Simmons, legendary civil rights activist Dr. Ben Chavis, Goodwill Ambassador Baroness Kimberly Moore, Wayne Warwick Williams, and Tobias Huber. (Music 4 Peace)
- Hamptons Press


The Gandhi Legacy is Alive and Perpetuating With Russell Simmons, Dr. Ben Chavis, SMI/SwaggMedia.com and Music4Peace - Rush communications


30 days of peace - New York Times


Interview with Dr. Arun Gandhi and CO Founder of Gandhi Tour Wayne warwick -Tobias Huber sirus radio at Lime Radio...
- Sirus Radio


Gandhi speak agian in East London - India Digest



Def Jam founder Russell Simmons takes a picture of fellow speakers at a news conference announcing the partnership of The Music 4 Peace Tour and Initiative and four nonprofit charities, at the Sundance Film Festival Tuesday. The collaborating charities include Hip Hop Summit/Action network, Tribes of the Worlds, Music4Peace Foundation and The Gandhi Tour. - usa today



Def Jam founder Russell Simmons takes a picture of fellow speakers at a news conference announcing the partnership of The Music 4 Peace Tour and Initiative and four nonprofit charities, at the Sundance Film Festival Tuesday. The collaborating charities include Hip Hop Summit/Action network, Tribes of the Worlds, Music4Peace Foundation and The Gandhi Tour. - usa today


Russell Simmons said, “Hip-Hop music artists are leaders in the youth movement. We’re excited about the potential these diverse organizations have in coming together to harness music as a transformative and unifying power to promote peace throughout the world.”

Press conference participants included Dr. Arun Gandhi, (via telephone due to a health issue) Entrepreneur, social activist, and UN Goodwill Ambassador Russell Simmons, legendary civil rights leader Dr. Benjamin Chavis, Jr., SMI/SwaggMedia CEO Craig Nobles, Music 4 Peace co founder and founder of The Gandhi Tour, Tobias Huber, Tribes of The World founder Wayne Warwick Williams, Goodwill Ambassador to the United States Baroness Kimberly Moore, and a video message from The Dalai Lama. Yep, the Dalai Lama.
- Salt Lakes Finest


US-based T4P founder Wayne Warwick-Williams, aka Djun Djetti, is a descendant of the Darumbal aboriginal people of Central Queensland in Australia, and seeks to create awareness of and preserve of indigenous culture. Wayne’s noted for redefining the world of popular music as we know it by blending the didgeridoo with modern rhythms with his music outfit Totemic, while promoting global peace and harmony through various M4P initiatives. - The Sunday Times


Discography

Wayne’s experiences included performing for the United Nations International Day of Peace 2008 at UN, Collaborating with Russell Simmons and Mos Def to form the Music 4 Peace Tour, The Fossibles cartoon, Sonaysts Studios, New Coffee Forum on CPTV, 91.7 WHUS Radio, 91.3 WWUH Radio, 107 WCCC Radio Mardi Gras, 90.1 WECS Radio, Hard Rock Café, Mohegan Casino. Press appearances include New Times, New York Post, CNN, BBC World and London Tonight,

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“We are not alone”, his latest album was inevitable for this culturally -trained renegade: a song cycle inspired by Organic funk, clad in drums and percussion. It doesn't rock, but it vibrates, spinning a tale involving change, revolution and what may be peyote cactus tea. It is hard to get more deliriously fever-pitched than the start of Flat Knacka. There is no doubt that Djun Djett is on his way to mastering the sound of the future by playing a rack of 4 didgeridoos and creating key changes during the song arrangement then combing it with lyrics. It is quite supreme and delivers a high energy that uplifts audiences with a display of powerful, tight and infectiously danceable music.

Best known for his creative didgeridoo collaboration with indie band Of Montreal "Wraith Pinned to Mists (and Other Games)” featured in the Outback Steak House 2005-2009 Global Ad campaign. Wayne’s performances include sharing the stage with Gypsy Kings, Buddy Miles, Calvin Owens, Earth, Wind and Fire, John Forte, The Gap Band, War, Elan Atias of Bob Marley and the whalers and opening act forTim Mcgraw