Music That Moves: Songs of Our Native Daughters 

February 25, 2020

Come to the Lounge Saturday February 29 5 pm and listen in community to the musical release Songs of Our Native Daughters, the debut Americana/folk album by four North American singer-songwriters collaborating as Our Native Daughters. The group includes Rhiannon Giddens, Amythyst Kiah, Leyla McCalla, and Allison Russell. The album was released on the Smithsonian Folkways label in early 2019.

Songs of Our Native Daughters addresses American historical issues that have influenced the identity of black women, including slavery, racism, and sexism. The album features 13 songs, 11 of them written by the group's members. It also includes a cover of a 1970s Bob Marley classic and a song that draws its lyrics from two poems.

The album was co-produced by Giddens, who conceived the project, and Dirk Powell, who holds four Grammy Awards and has worked with Giddens on previous albums. It was recorded in 10 days at Powell's studio in a pre-Civil War building outside Lafayette, Louisiana.

Written lyrics will be available if you want to read along. Afterwards, perhaps enjoy a spontaneous downtown evening out with friends. Free parking in Plymouth garage.

Topics: Church Life, Events



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