Randy Armstrong (musician)

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Randy Armstrong
Background information
Birth nameRandal Dane Armstrong
Born (1951-12-03) December 3, 1951 (age 72)
Elkins, West Virginia, United States
GenresWorld Fusion, Ethno jazz and New Age
  • Musician
  • guitarist
  • composer
  • bandleader
LabelsPhilo, Rounder, Global Pacific, CBS Associated, Rhino, Domo, UMP, Ellipsis Arts, Navarre, Mesa/Bluemoon

Randy Armstrong (born December 3, 1951) is an American musician, guitarist, multi-instrumentalist, composer, and bandleader.[1] Armstrong plays mainly world fusion, ethno jazz and new age music and was a founding member of Do’a / Do’a World Music Ensemble (aka Do’ah).[2][3][4][5][6][7] He is the bandleader for the Randy Armstrong Trio and Randy Armstrong World Fusion Ensemble[8] and a founding member of the contemporary jazz/world fusion music group, Unu Mondo.[9][10] He currently performs solo and with Beyond Borders.[11][12][13][1] He has released and appeared on dozens of albums, film, theatre and dance score recordings as a soloist, accompanist and with all his ensembles.[14] He made the Top 10 of the Billboard New Age Music Charts, with Do’ah's album, World Dance on the Global Pacific/CBS Associated label.[15][16][17][18]

Armstrong performs from a collection of over 300 instruments from around the world.[19][11][12] He has composed and recorded numerous scores for film, television, theater and dance.[16][20][21][22]

Early life[edit]

Armstrong was born in Elkins, West Virginia.[23] He grew up in Columbus, Ohio during his school years and graduated from Eastmoor High School in 1969.[24] He is a follower of the Baháʼí Faith.[3]


Armstrong graduated with a B.A. in Music Performance and Composition / World Music Studies from Columbia Pacific University in 1983.[25][26] Subsequently, his World Music studies continued at the University of Ghana-Legon.[25] He has studied West African drumming with Babatunde Olatunji and various other West African drummers.[27][28]

Musical career[edit]

Career beginnings[edit]

At the age of 15, Armstrong joined the regional rock band The Gears, recording two singles under the Counterpart and Hillside Record labels, respectively.[29] Armstrong also joined and toured with the rock and R&B band Annie Oakley.[30]

During the late 60's and early 70's, Armstrong was greatly influenced by the civil and equal rights movements and anti-Vietnam War demonstrations.[3]

Do’a/Do’ah (1974–1991)[edit]

In 1973, Armstrong moved to New Hampshire and in 1974,[31] met classically trained flute player Ken LaRoche and with him formed the music group Do’a (a Persian word meaning "a call to prayer and meditation").[32][33][34] Armstrong and LaRoche composed and recorded music that fused western classical, jazz and folk music traditions with music influences and instruments around the world. They were signed to a four-album contract with Philo Records distributed by Rounder Records.[35][32][36]

In 1986, Do’a World Music Ensemble received official recognition from the United Nations for their concert tour promoting the International Year of Peace.[37][38][39][40]

In 1989, their album World Dance, which was published on the Global Pacific/CBS Associated label, reached the Top 10 on the Billboard chart for New Age music.[15][16]

Unu Mondo (1992–1998)[edit]

In 1992, Armstrong co-founded the Contemporary Jazz / World Fusion music group, Unu Mondo with bassist and composer Volker Nahrmann.[1][41][42][43] In 1994 their album, Hand in Hand[44] was released and featured vocals from Spanish singer Olga Román,[13] saxophone player Charlie Jennison and Brazilian drummer, Henrique De Almeida.[45] Unu Mondo appeared on the compilation albums, World Visions – The Rhythms, Ageless Pathway and Enlightened Minds released by Global Pacific Records in 1996. The ensemble toured throughout United States.[42]

Randy Armstrong Trio and other groups (1998–2015)[edit]

In 1998 through 2000, Armstrong was commissioned to score and record the original soundtrack for the PBS television series, Dinner on the Diner, filmed in South Africa, Spain, Scotland and Southeast Asia (Thailand and Malaysia).[23][46][47][48] Armstrong’s soundtrack for the series was released by Ellipsis Arts in 2000.[49] After returning from a trip to Italy in 2001, Armstrong recorded his solo guitar album, No Regrets, originally released by UMP Records in 2002 and subsequently re-released by the Los Angeles-based Domo Record label in 2003.[50][51][52]

Armstrong formed the Randy Armstrong Trio and World Fusion Ensemble with fellow musicians bassist Volker Nahrmann; drummer Jose Roman Duque; African drummer/dancer Theo Nii Martey and Shamou on world percussion and vocals.[52][53]

Beyond Borders (2015–present)[edit]

In 2015, Armstrong formed the Beyond Borders octet with bassist, keyboardist and composer Volker Nahrmann.[54] They recorded the album Beyond Borders, which was released on the UMP label.[13][55]

The album Beyond Borders was nominated for Best World Album by the 2015 ZMR Music Awards.[56]

After returning from a tour in South Africa with the all-women’s chorus, Voices From The Heart in 2018, Armstrong commissioned a handmade set of South African marimbas and formed Randy Armstrong and WorldBeat Marimba in 2019.[57]

In 2023, Randy Armstrong & WorldBeat Marimba received the Best of NH 2023 “Ambassadors of Peace” award by New Hampshire Magazine.[58]

Career in music education[edit]

Armstrong is also active in arts education in New Hampshire, where he currently resides.[1][59][60]

He has served as an Arts Councilor for the New Hampshire State Council on the Arts from 2003 to 2012 appointed by Governor Craig Benson and reappointed by Governor John Lynch.[61] Armstrong also served on the board of directors of the New Hampshire Alliance for Arts Education.[62] After the signing of the Good Friday Agreement in 1998, Armstrong was selected as an artist representative to attend a Cultural Trade Mission to Ireland, Northern Ireland and England sponsored by Governor Jeanne Shaheen of New Hampshire[61] and in May 2005 attended a Curatorial Research trip on Son Jarocho music in Xalapa and Veracruz, Mexico for the Boston based New England Foundation for the Arts.[63]

Armstrong was the director of the African Drumming and World Percussion Ensemble[64] and instructor of North Indian sitar and tabla at Phillips Exeter Academy in New Hampshire from 1991 to 2020.[25][65][66] Since 2002, he has taught graduate courses at Plymouth State University.[67][68] He received the 2017 New Hampshire Governor's Arts Award for Arts Education[69][70] and was an artist in residence with the Portsmouth Symphony Orchestra in 2017-2018.[71][72]

Armstrong is on the juried artist rosters of the New Hampshire State Council on the Arts for Arts Education and Arts In Health.[73][74]

Armstrong also performs and conducts artist-in-residence programs with Genevieve Aichele, founder of the New Hampshire Theater Project.[75] They have released two storytelling and music albums, World Tales Volume 1 in 1996 and World Tales Volume 2 in 2007 on the UMP label.[76]


Solo and Ensembles[edit]

Album or Single Title Artist or Band Year Label
Sooner or Later/Come Back to Me The Gears 1967 Counterpart
Feel Right/Explanation The Gears 1968 Hillside
Light Upon Light Do’a- Randy Armstrong & Ken LaRoche 1977 Philo/Rounder
Ornament of Hope Do’a- Randy Armstrong & Ken LaRoche 1979 Philo/Rounder
Ancient Beauty Do’a- Randy Armstrong & Ken LaRoche 1981 Philo/Rounder
Companions Do’a World Music Ensemble 1984 Philo/Rounder
Do’a- The Early Years Randy Armstrong & Ken LaRoche 1987 Rounder
World Dance Do’ah 1989 Global Pacific/CBS-Mesa/Bluemoon
One World Unu Mondo - Randy Armstrong & Volker Nahrmann 1992 UMP Records
Hand in Hand Unu Mondo - Randy Armstrong & Volker Nahrmann 1994 Global Pacific/Navarre
World Tales Vol. 1 Armstrong & Aichele 1996 UMP Records
Dinner on the Diner: 2 CD Boxset Randy Armstrong 2000 Ellipsis Arts/Rykodisc
No Regrets Randy Armstrong 2002 UMP Records
No Regrets Randy Armstrong 2003 Domo Records
World Tales Vol. 2   Armstrong & Aichele 2007 UMP Records
LEGACY Complete Works: 5 CD Boxset featuring Do’a Randy Armstrong & Ken Laroche 2008 UMP Records
Hamlet, Prince of Denmark (Original Score) Randy Armstrong 2009 UMP Records
Black Thunder Black Thunder Singers with Randy Armstrong & Volker Nahrmann 2010 UMP Records
Beyond Borders Randy Armstrong & Volker Nahrmann 2015 UMP Records
The Conference of the Birds (Original Score) Randy Armstrong 2016 UMP Records
Together Apart Randy Armstrong 2020 UMP Records
Together Again[77] Randy Armstrong 2021 UMP Records
Nhemamusasa Randy Armstrong & WorldBeat Marimba 2021 UMP Records
Baba Mudiki Randy Armstrong & WorldBeat Marimba 2022 UMP Records
Siyahamba Randy Armstrong & WorldBeat Marimba 2022 UMP Records
Ziya Buya Africa Randy Armstrong & WorldBeat Marimba 2023 UMP Records


Album Artist or Band Year Label
Global Voyage Do’ah 1988 Global Pacific
Enlightened Minds Unu Mondo 1996 Global Pacific/Rhino
World Visions-The Rhythms Unu Mondo 1996 Global Pacific/Navarre
Ageless Pathways Unu Mondo 1996 Global Pacific/Navarre
Sound Healers (4 CD Boxset) Randy Armstrong 1997 Relaxation Company
Healing Music Project Vol. 3 Randy Armstrong 2000 Relaxation Company
Journey to the Heart Unu Mondo 2002 Domo Records
Music for the Spirit Randy Armstrong 2002 Domo Records
Seacoast Guitarists - Vol. 1 Randy Armstrong 2002 Seacoast Guitar Society
Domo 10th Anniversary Collection Randy Armstrong 2004 Domo Records
Tsunami Relief Project: A Musical Compilation Randy Armstrong 2005 Atta Girl Records
Music for Yoga Randy Armstrong 2007 Domo Records
Green Measures: Compilation / Artists for the Environment Randy Armstrong 2008 Atta Girl Records


Album Year Label
Alleluia / Kyrie, On Wings of Song, Robert Gass Director 1987 Spring Hill Music
From the Goddess / O Great Spirit, On Wings of Song, Robert Gass Director 1988 Spring Hill Music
Heart of Perfect Wisdom , On Wings of Song, Robert Gass Director 1990 Spring Hill Music
Shri Ram, On Wings of Song, Robert Gass Director 1991 Spring Hill Music
Songs of Children , Phillips Exeter Concert Choir / Stephen Kushner, Director 1994 Phillips Exeter Academy
Drone Zone by Kay Garner 1996 Relaxation/Intuition
My Spirit Sang All Day, Phillips Exeter Concert Choir / Stephen Kushner, Director 1998 Phillips Exeter Academy
Chant,  On Wings of Song, Robert Gass Director 1999 Spring Hill Music
Enchanted, On Wings of Song, Robert Gass Director 2000 Spring Hill Music
Dinner on the Diner – South Africa Disc 1, Phillips Exeter Concert Choir / Stephen Kushner, Director 2000 Ellipsis Arts
Awakening, On Wings of Song, Robert Gass Director 2003 Spring Hill Music
Sing On, Sing On, Sing On, Phillips Exeter Concert Choir / Stephen Kushner, Director 2003 Phillips Exeter Academy
Bliss - Om Namaha Shivaya, On Wings of Song, Robert Gass Director 2005 Spring Hill Music
O Hear My Song, Voices from the Heart / Joanne Connolly, Director 2005 Heart
Don’t Wanna Wait for Heaven, Voices from the Heart / Joanne Connolly, Director 2012 Heart
The Peacemakers, Carl Jenkins, Composer , Manchester Choral Society and Orchestra / Dan Perkins, Director 2012 MCS
On Watch the Stars, Con Tutti / Joanne Connolly, Director 2013 Con Tutti
Keep On Moving Forward, Con Tutti / Joanne Connolly, Director 2014 Con Tutti

Selected Film, Video, Television Scores[edit]

Film Year Comments
Mast Making for the King[78] 1977 Documentary Film
Lotte Jacobi: A Film Portrait[79] 1980 Documentary Film
New Hampshire Writers and the Small Town[80] 1980 Documentary Film
Affluent Effluent [81] 1980 Documentary Film
The White Mountains: A Cultural View [82] 1981 Documentary Film
Emigration: A Franco American Experience[83] 1981 Documentary Film
Dinner on the Dinner[84] 2000 PBS Four-Part Series – South Africa / Scotland / Spain / Southeast Asia
A League of Our Own: NH and The American Craft Movement[85] 2007 Documentary Film
The Tom Lantos Human Rights Award: The Dalai Lama[86] 2009 Documentary Film
Telling the Story of Slavery: The New Yorker[87] 2016 Produced by Vacationland Studios
9 Degrees[88] 2019 Produced by Vacationland Studios/Tribeca Films/23andMe

Selected Theatre & Dance Scores[edit]

Production Year Theatre Company
Dance of the Kung Fu Master[89] 1979 Piscataqua River Dance Company
Quartet Suite[89] 1985 Pontine Theatre
Seven Mysteries of Life[20] 1988 Touchstone Theatre
Correspondence of Desire[89] 1994 Pontine Theatre
Journey to Heaven-The Shaker Way[89] 1997 Pontine Theatre
Ananse the Spider Man[90] 2005 Plymouth State University
Hamlet, Prince of Denmark[91] 2009 NH Theatre Project
Macbeth[28] 2010 Phillips Exeter Academy
The Mahabharata[92] 2014 Phillips Exeter Academy
The Conference of the Birds[93] 2016 Enacte Arts, Inc.
Soundwaves, The Passion of Noor Inayat Khan[94] 2017 Enacte Arts, Inc.
The Clean House[95] 2018 Threshold Stage Company
Shelter, A One Billion Rising Event[96] 2018 Neoteric Dance Collaborative
Ayesha and the Fire Fish[97] 2019 Enacte Arts, Inc.
Together Apart[98] 2020 Phillips Exeter Academy
Choose Love[99][100] 2022 Plymouth State University – NH State Council on the Arts


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