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The Jazz & Soul Safari – an annual celebration of Jazz and Soul Music in East Africa will be hosting renown Jazz Musician Kirk Whalum and RnB artists Karyn White and Gerald Albright for this year’s edition of the festival on November 2nd, 2015 at the Kampala Serena Hotel. This is the eighth edition of the annual Nile Gold Jazz Safari project conceived by TShaka ‘Roots’ Mayanja in 2008.