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EXCITING NEWS FROM EXIT 43!!!

Our song “Prayer,” (#4 on our CD) co-written by Andy, Julie Gold (Grammy award winning composer of “From a Distance), and South African recording artist James Stewart (with #1 records in South Africa)….

HAS ALSO NOW BEEN RECORDED BY ARCHIBISHOP DESMOND TUTU !!

Yes, THAT Archbishop. The Nobel Peace prize winner! We are extremely honored and proud that our music is associated with one of the world’s great humanitarians and emmisaries of peace and justice.

The short story is this: James recorded the song in South Africa and, because of their mutual SA connection, got it to the Arch, who immediately loved it and asked if he could use it as the theme song for his worldwide AIDS initiative. James of course agreed—and, also because of their South African roots, gave the song a different more indigenous title: “Khululeka.” They made a stunning record together, with Tutu voicing over the 2nd verse of the song.


How to order CDs of "HOME AT LAST"

Each CD is $20.00, e-mail at: info@exit43.net
Please tell us how many CDs you want, send check($20) and tell us where to send the CDs , Or you can place your order in a letter sent via first class mail. Please include a check for $20.00 per CD:

The Unitarian Church in Westport
att: Ed Thompson (Exit 43)
10 Lyons Plains Road
Westport CT 06880



Exit 43 - The Band
Scarlett, Andy, Ed and Suzanne... we're EXIT 43

We got together on a November afternoon in 2004 to rehearse.

It was magical. And when you’ve been professional musicians for as long as each of us has, you learn to recognize the magic when it happens! You stand up and pay attention. We noticed how easy it was… how naturally and effortlessly our voices blended to make harmonies…how instinctively the arrangements evolved. Very simply – we had fun and, much to our surprise, we wanted to do more.

Why surprise? We are four different people. We come from differing cultures, musical backgrounds, and experiences; we have differing tastes, preferences, appearances and ways of expressing ourselves. So what keeps us together?

It is the love of music, but not just any music. We, like most people, want to live, work, and create with integrity. We long for a spirituality that is practical and can be realized in our daily lives.