Musicport Festival (2011) . Makoti . Melafestivalen (2010) . Hugh Masekela & Jabu Nkosi Ashiko – Sa Jazz Maestros . Conversations With Felicia . w/ Miriam Makeba – South Africa Freedom Song . Mandela (Bring Him Back Home) (1987) . Coal Train (1986) . Estival Jazz Lugano (2009) .
 Herbie Hancock presents the International Jazz Day held at the United Nations General Assembly Hall in New York City with Angelique Kidjo, Wynton Marsalis, Hugh Masekela and many more. >> 167 MINUTES >>
 Miriam Makeba and Hugh Masekela are among the Nelson Mandela 70th Birthday Tribute participants at Wembley Stadium, London >> 6 MINUTES >>
 Hugh Masekela and band perform at the Kuumbwa Jazz Center in downtown Santa Cruz, California >> 11 MINUTES >>
 Nelson Mandela – who is in town to receive the city’s lifetime citizenship – and hugh Masekela will be at Symphony Hall in Birmingham, England >> 35 MINUTES on RVM >>
@ allmusic : Hugh Masekela has an extensive jazz background and credentials, but has enjoyed major success as one of the earliest leaders in the world fusion mode. Masekela’s vibrant trumpet and flügelhorn solos have been featured in pop, R&B, disco, Afro-pop, and jazz contexts
@last.fm : Hugh Masekela was an old collaborator of Abdullah Ibrahim. He is reported to have been initially inspired in his musical growth by Trevor Huddleston, a British priest working in the South African townships who financed Masekela’s first trumpet.
@Discogs : In 1961, as part of the anti-apartheid campaign, he was exiled to the United States where he was befriended by Harry Belafonte. He has played primarily in jazz ensembles, with guest appearances on albums by The Byrds and Paul Simon.