Hailed by the Sydney Morning Herald as a “groundbreaking roots musician” and “sublime” by the Montreal Metro, German born ‘genre bender’ Yeshe has explored all corners of the globe in developing a rich tapestry of sound and a vivid collage of musical culture. He embodies the musical nomad, drawing heavily from his African teachings and expressing his music with a sophisticated style and distinctly cosmopolitan flavour.’

In 2011, Yeshe released his finest work to date in Roots & Wings, with the opening track ‘Peace Of Mind’ voted Number One in the World category of the esteemed Billboard World Song Contest. Progressive, evolving and rooted powerfully in the earth, Roots & Wings sees Yeshe continue to push cultural boundaries to find new sounds, new experiences and share simple messages of hope and peace. Since the release of his sophomore solo release, Yeshe has truly come into his own and has been in high demand, earning the growing respect and love of a global audience. He was also a featured guest on Harry Manx World Affairs international tour (after co-writing two songs with Manx on his latest release “Om Suite Ohm”), as well as most recently collaborating with Australian roots icon Xavier Rudd as a member of Xavier Rudd & The United Nations for their album release Nanna.


Earth-Beat Festival New Zealand

Earth-Beat Festival New Zealand, 14 Mills Lane, Albany, Auckland, 0632

Earth-Beat Aotearoa is a not-for-profit organization supported by a growing community of spirited individuals. Our purpose is to provide a platform for presence, transformation and celebration that will inspire and empower new ways of living. Through hosting transformational, co-creative events, we aim to nuture and nourish our community on our journey together. 

We envision a world where life is not only sustainable but regenerative; a world where we focus on potential rather than problems, where individual contributions are aligned with the greater good, and where we live in harmony with the natural rhythms of our bodies and the Earth.