Courtesy of Red Rock Production Ex-Toto frontman Bobby Kimball, former Manfred Mann’s Earth Band singer/guitarist Chris Thompson and Supertramp members John Helliwell and Mark Hart are among the musicians who will perform at jazz-rock collective ManDoki Soulmates‘ first-ever U.S. concert on January 29 at the Beacon Theatre in New York City.

The Wings of Freedom concert will benefit the MusiCares foundation, which provides support for in-need members of the music community. Tickets are available now via Ticketmaster.com and are priced from $35 to $126.

ManDoki Soulmates was founded by, and is led by, German-Hungarian musician, producer and songwriter Leslie Mandoki, who for 25 years has brought together various musicians from around the world to collaborate live on interpretations of their own songs and original material.

“We couldn’t be more excited to debut the American leg our ‘Wings of Freedom’ concert series in New York City,” says Mandoki. “We are a group of musical rebels and idealistic free thinkers who continue to endeavor to be authentic and honest, and support common global values for free people in a free and tolerant world.”

The New York City show follows the group’s Wings of Freedom tour of Europe that took place earlier this year and included performances in London; Paris and Cannes, France; Berlin; and Budapest, Hungary.

Among the many other artists who’ve taken part in ManDoki Soulmates concerts over the years: Cream‘s Jack Bruce, Peter Frampton, Eric Burdon, Greg Lake, Ian Anderson, Toto’s Steve Lukather, David Clayton-Thomas, Chaka Khan, Nik Kershaw, Midge Ure, Paul Carrack and Deep Purple‘s Jon Lord.

You can check out a video giving background about Mandoki Soulmates at the group’s official YouTube channel. Visit Mandoki-Soulmates.com for more information.

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