Meet Washuntara

“He’s rockin’ … a definite thumbs up!”

—Sir Paul MCcartney

MISSION: To co-create passionate, powerful, authentic lives that work

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Washuntara is an internationally successful recording and performance artist. With an unforgettable voice and powerful songs, this vital Australian’s music and message has garnered a grassroots following across the world.

Whether performing in concert arenas or the smallest intimate affairs, Washuntara knows how to move his audience. Through his music, he connects people with each other and with something even bigger than themselves. It’s a unique experience full of love, laughter, song and soul.

Concert promoters and corporations the world over know the benefit of using Washuntara’s music with heart. The success of his recordings and public appearances continues to prove he is a vital force in the music and inspirational speaking industries. For over 20 years his label Passionworks Music has had its home office on Nashville’s famous Music Row.

Washuntara brings together a thriving musical career with over three decades of service and spiritual leadership to the community. As co-founder of the international not-for-profit organization, “Circle of Men,” Washuntara has led the fight against social isolation and loneliness in men for 30 years. He has created a series of workshops to help great people remember who they are. And his popular Can’t Stop Love concerts send attendees dancing out the door full of joy and passion about life!

World Class Talent

  • His songs hit Top Ten status in Australian and European markets, and had major success in the USA.
  • Shared the stage with Sir Paul McCartney, The Eagles, Jerry Lee Lewis, Moody Blues, Keith Urban, Garth Brooks, and a host of other international greats.
  • Internationally recognized Buddhist educator and speaker.
  • Co-founder of the international organization Circle of Men, a global not-for-profit that focuses on men’s well-being.

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The name Washuntara means “fierce patience”. It comes from his peaceful Buddhist practice and is a testament to the grace and grit of a man whose life purpose is to “co-create passionate, powerful and authentic lives that work.” Despite all life’s seriousness, as Washuntara says, “We don’t really grow up until we’ve had our first good belly laugh at ourselves!”