Peace Love Power TheUnity Welcomes You


TheUnity welcomes you back to our site which is always under        constructive metamorphosis.  For now join Brother Robb Carter, Kitsi Watterson, and Dominic Cartwright in our unique brand of           reflective, jazzy, inspirational, rhythmic, musical magic. We will keep you updated on area performances, positive happenings, and future aspirations for world view.

In the moment, read Our Story, listen to Our Sound, see                     Our Presence, and feel Our Being as it relates to You.

Peace Love Power   “We Are One Always”   TheUnity



TheUnity:  24 Hours A Day

TheUnity:  Something Easy

TheUnity:  Friday Night In Philly

TheUnity:  Fertile Life

TheUnity:  Rhythmic Drums

TheUnity:  Heaven Over War



"We Are One Always"
TheUnity: Arts On The Avenue
"We Are One Always"
TheUnity: The Blue Grotto
TheUnity: White Dog Cafe
TheUnity: Visions and Voices
TheUnity: University of Penn / MLK
TheUnity: University of Penn / MLK
TheUnity: African American History Museum
TheUnity: African American Museum



“It’s fascinating how with all its drive and energy, TheUnity’s music is also so peaceful. The sound has the sanity of African ritual and community. Well done! Keep the music going!”                                                                                                                                                      

            Michael Malone, Emmy winner and Edgar-winning novelist.                                                                                          

“The spirit of collaboration and open connection between TheUnity and their audience lets their music flow out unencumbered. This is a rare thing to see in a band. It’s what music is all about.”

     Michael Tinkelman, musician, Thomasson & Tinkelman,                     Cliff Turner & the Afterburners

“TheUnity is magic. They bring the whole place to life!”

David Lawrence, artist and owner, Arts on the Avenue

“TheUnity exemplifies how artistic expression is the key to our humanity. They get down, way down into the music—and, us? We get lifted up, way up!”

                 Pamela Groves, writer, The Sweet Tree Gallery,                                             Princeton University Library


                                        SAVE THE DATE:

                FRIDAY, JANUARY 23, 2015 at 7:30 p.m.

TheUnity Presents: “Let Justice Flow Like a Mighty River” 

A Performance Art for Social Change Concert at the University of Pennsylvania’s 20th Symposium honoring Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

At the ROTUNDA, 4014 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, PA

         Free Admission: Doors Open at 7 p.m. Refreshments will be served.

TheUnityfeaturing Brother Robb Carter, Kitsi Watterson & Dominic Cartwrighthonor the human spirit with improvisational, meditative, soulful and jazzy music magic utilizing African rhythms, drums, percussion, wind, native instruments, and voices raised in song and story to enhance justice and shine the light of our own true nature.

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