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Live in the Clubs: Ubuntu embodies spirit of community

The members of Ubuntu, from left, Sue Wolfer, Blaise Santanfelo, Al Wolfer and Jerry Silverman, will perform at Gaffney’s Restaurant in Saratoga Springs on Saturday.
The members of Ubuntu, from left, Sue Wolfer, Blaise Santanfelo, Al Wolfer and Jerry Silverman, will perform at Gaffney’s Restaurant in Saratoga Springs on Saturday.
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Community is important to the four members of the Saratoga Springs acoustic group Ubuntu. It’s right there in the band’s name — “Ubuntu” is a South African word for a humanist philosophy characterized by a strong sense of community. Liberian peace activist Leymah Gbowee described the ideas behind Ubuntu with the quote, “I am who I am because of who we all are,” which is also emblazoned across the top of the band’s website, www.ubuntu4.com. ...

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