Peace Family - Snatam, Livtar, Guru Ganesha
Products and Biography
Founded by Snatam Kaur, Livtar Singh and Guru Ganesha Singh, and inspired by the teachings of Yogi Bhajan, Peace Family went into the studio in January 2000 to create their first recording. Their CD, To Heaven and Beyond, beautifully performed and featuring Snatam Kaur, contains Transcendental Chants from the traditions of Buddhism, Navajo, Sikhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, Judaism.
Snatam Kaur has been singing and playing instruments virtually all of her life, having been introduced to Kundalini Yoga mantra at an early age. As a young girl growing up in California, she learned to sing with her mother, Prabhu Nam Kaur, in the Sikh musical or Gurbani kirtan style. She played violin in her school orchestra and learned about the importance of sound currents from Yogi Bhajan.
At her concerts, Snatam Kaur plays the harmonium, guitar and violin but by far her greatest asset is her voice, with its powerful combination of sweetness, purity and strength. Her unique musical interpretation comes from her soul. She is equally at home singing in kirtan as she is with musical traditions as diverse as American folk, jazz, rock, and anything in between.
For over 30 years Livtar Singh Khalsa has been one of the most inspirational songwriters and singers of Kundalini Yoga mantra. His words combine personal insight with devotion to principals of higher wisdom. His melodies and voice create a mood of sweetness and beauty. His songs of love and inspiration that have been sung by generations of spiritual seekers, and his music will be cherished for many years to come.
Starting out in the early 70's as a young guitarist with the Khalsa String Band, Livtar Singh composed songs of love and inspiration that have been sung by generations of spiritual seekers. His words combine personal insight with devotion to principals of higher wisdom.
Guru Ganesha Singh - songwriter, musician, recording artist, entrepreneur and founder of Spirit Voyage and of the Guru Ganesha Band, was an enthusiastic participant in the 1960's rock and roll explosion. When he embraced Sikhism and the Kundalini Yoga of Yogi Bhajan, he brought his love of Western music to the Eastern traditions of his new Sikh lifestyle. He was one of the pioneers of the new genre of Kundalini Yoga mantra meditation music, and since that time he has contributed greatly to its on-going growth and development.