Grammy® Award-winning singer, Brittany Howard, steps out with defiantly modern soul, while Jamila Woods and Georgia Anne Muldrow show off their visions for R&B. Don’t miss this powerhouse evening at the Hollywood Bowl.
On Brittany Howard’s solo debut, the Grammy® Award-winning singer seemingly incorporates every sound she heard as she made her way across the USA. From the Grammy-winning “Stay High” to the grace-driven gospel of “He Loves Me” to the alarm-sounding soul of “13th Century Metal,” it’s a tour-de-force that’s both broad in scope and intensely personal, united by the range and power of Howard’s voice.
Singer and songwriter Jamila Woods rose from the Chicago poetry scene to create earthy and soulful R&B. On her latest album, LEGACY! LEGACY!, she pays tribute to writers and artists of color—from Zora Neale Hurston to Jean-Michel Basquiat—in a way that Pitchfork says “marries political commentary with deep introspection.”
As both a producer and singer, Georgia Anne Muldrow has expanded the horizons of jazz, soul, R&B, and hip-hop, most recently on her 2020 album as Jyoti, Mama, You Can Bet!
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