HuDost's new album 'of Water + Mercy' made the BILLBOARD Americana/Folk sales CHART at #24! 

“ Driven by Sommer's lush expressive alto and Hines' skilled strumming and electric guitar licks, HuDost's live performances feel as sacred as a church service, without the identifiers which can separate and shame non-believers." - Pure Pop For Now People (April, 2019)

The music of HuDost weaves a seamless tapestry of Folk, World, and Rock that renders tears and laughter in listeners, cultivating the nameless longing that abides somewhere in all our hearts and invoking total celebration. (Full bio HERE)

New HuDost Single out Today!

Hello Friends! Happy Spring! 

In about two weeks it will be the official April 05th release of our new album, ‘of Water + Mercy’! We are super excited for you to hear it! We will begin shipping out campaign CDs…

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Aug15

HuDost @ Zenith Summer Camp 2020

Zenith Summer Camp 2020, Campora

HuDost will be performing and teaching at the Zenith Summer Camp in the stunning Swiss Alps!

Consciousness in an Age of Climate Crisis:
August 9th–15th 2020

Seminar with Karma Lekshe Tsomo, Deepa Gulrukh Patel, Jacob Ellenberg & HuDost
As climate crisis headlines threaten to overwhelm our psyches, we must take stock of how spiritual traditions, practice, and inner guidance can inform our personal and collective response to the challenges before us.
This summer’s programme aims to use orientations and practices from Sufism, Buddhism, the world’s prophetic traditions, and social justice perspectives to address how we, collectively and individually, can best engage with the realities and fears of climate change.
Through a choreography of spiritual practice, dialogue, and music, a cadre of teachers, guides, and artists will support attendees in a novel process of awakening to and navigating the inner and outer landscape of the climate crisis.
This programme is not a condemnation of human behavior or cry for collective austerity. Nor is it a denial of climate realities and an invitation to ignore growing concerns. Instead, we intend to gather with open eyes to explore how we can respond to a changing world with integrity and full awareness.
Perhaps now more than ever we must heed the great African American mystic and mentor to Martin Luther King Jr., Howard Thurman, who said, “Don’t ask what the world needs. Ask what makes you come alive, and go do it. Because what the world needs is people who have come alive.”