Teshome Wolde :: Achayė Melsė
Teshome Woldes love of music took root at a very young age. Early on, he imitated popular artists such as Tilahun Gessesse, Mahmoud Ahmed and Teshome Mitiku, singing their hits to his friends and family. A turning point came when the Soul Echos Band staged a live performance at his middle school; Teshome heard Alemayehu Eshete and Getachew Kassa sing and, at that moment, decided that music was his true calling. Against his parents advice, he left school to pursue his dream. After being tested by renowned music instructor and band conductor Nerses Nalbandian, Teshome was hired at the City Hall and has been performing there ever since. Eight years into his professional career, home entered the recording studio for the first time, along with the Dahlak Band, and has since recorded eight albums with a variety of bands, including the legendary Roha Band.
Teshomes career has afforded him the opportunity to travel worldwide, sharing his songs with music lovers across the globe. He participated in the 11th World Young Festival in Cuba and the 13th World Young Festival in North Korea and has performed concerts in Africa, Europe, and the Middle East. One of his fondest memories is sharing the stage with the Ethio-Stars Band during the AIT-sponsored 1991 North American Tour.
Ten years ago, AIT was proud to introduce Teshome Wolde to the North American public and now, after more than a dozen years hiatus, were pleased to bring you his ninth album, Achayė Melsė. AIT Records is delighted to work with Teshome once again and we hope youll share our enthusiasm for this album.
Producers: Elias Melka & Teshome Wolde
Executive Producers: Aman Adinew, Metasebia Zewde & Tariku Adinew
|1. Achayė Melsė||Play|
|2. Yinager Fikir||Play|
|3. Ye-Shewa Alemena||Play|
|5. Yamral Dem-Gibatish||Play|
|6. Litishegnegn New Fikirė||Play|
|8. Fikiriyė Atileyign||Play|
|9. Gura-Male Sendesh||Play|
|10. Ye-Gilė Nat Yalkush||Play|
|11. Kanchi Wodiya Lenė||Play|
|12. Shertet Aletch||Play|
|14. Engida Mekebel||Play|