Unity welcomes musical stylings of Here II Here

Here II Here is made up of Alex, Ash, Edwin, Kaz and Jamie. They will be Sunday’s musical guests at Unity of Sedona.

Here II Here is made up of Alex, Ash, Edwin, Kaz and Jamie. They will be Sunday’s musical guests at Unity of Sedona.

At Unity of Sedona’s 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. services on Sunday, Sept. 26, guest musicians will be the national touring band, Here II Here, who recently appeared on ABC’s “Good Morning America” in front of 4 million viewers.  

Here II Here will also perform in concert at 1 p.m. in the sanctuary following Sunday services on a love-offering basis.

Fueled by soul-thrilling pop melodies dripping with innovative lyrics of peace, awareness, connection, laughter, and of course, love, Here II Here has been moving crowds to a frenzy since 2002 with its rhythmic blend of tribal pop, illuminated rock, and soul-inspired R&B vocal harmonies.  

Described alternately as “Zen on Fire” ... or the Krishna Das of popular mainstream music ... or sometimes even “Boyz II Zen” because of their ethereal vocal harmonies, Here II Here has performed alongside world-renowned artists, spiritual leaders and best-selling authors, including the Oracle of Tibet, Neale Donald Walsch, Kenny G, Babyface, Jack Cannfield, Don Miguel Ruiz, John Grey, Byron Katie, Rev. Michael Beckwith, Les Brown, Gangaji, Donna Eden and so many more.

“Here II Here provides not simply music, but a total experience that expands the mind, opens the heart and then touches the soul. I feel gifted by having heard them.”  - Neale Donald Walsch (author of “Conversations with God”)

“Here II Here rocks! I haven’t felt this high since Woodstock” - Artie Kornfeld (co-creator of Woodstock 1969)

“I have had the privilege of experiencing the sounds of Here II Here for years. They are not only fantastic musicians and singers with extraordinary harmony, they are spiritually grounded beings living a life of purpose. You will be rejuvenated by their transforming energy ... and your community will sing your praises for bringing them in.” - Rev. James Trapp, President & CEO of Unity Churches Int’l


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