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GOODFolk Soul Resolution featuring Toshi Reagon, Jacqueline Woodson, Joan As Police Woman & more

Joe's Pub

December 15

Doors at 6PM
Show at 7PM

Toshi Reagon’s GOODFolk is a seasonal artistic collaboration. The artists involved are powerful, and brilliant. Each person is planted in the present with a knowledge of where they came from. Each person carries that line with them, changes it and spring it forward.

GOODFolk Soul Resolution - a look forward into the new year featuring

Toshi Reagon
Jacqueline Woodson
Joan As Policewoman
Terrance Hayes
Liza Jessie Peterson
Michelle Dorrance
And many more… 

Toshi Reagon has been described by Vibe magazine as "one helluva rock'n'roller-coaster ride" and by Pop Matters as "a treasure waiting to be found," Toshi Reagon is a one-woman celebration of all that's dynamic, progressive and uplifting in American music." Toshi is a Singer/Musician/Composer/Producer/Curator- Her music has been feature in film and television and she has collaborated with several dance companies including Urban Bush Woman, Jane Comfort, and LAVA. She is the founder of WORD*ROCK*&SWORD: A Festival Celebration of Women's Lives, an 8 day festival that takes place in NYC every September. She has curated several events in NYC including her GoodFolk series in collaboration with Joes Pub and The Schomburg Center for Black Research in Black Culture's Women in Jazz Festival.  Toshi has had the pleasure of working with Lenny Kravitz, Lizz Wright, Ani DiFranco, Carl Hancock Rux, Nona Hendryx, Pete Seeger, Chocolate Genius and many other amazing artists, including her favorite collaborator, her mom, Bernice Johnson Reagon.  Yaa Asantewaa writes, "Toshi knows the power of song to focus, unite and mobilize people. If you've been lucky enough to be in Toshi's presence, you know you can't walk away from her without feeling better about yourself as a human being. She aims for nothing less."  Toshi has been the recipient of a NYFA award for Music Composition, The Black Lily Music and Film Festival Award for Outstanding Performance. She is a National Women's History Month Honoree, and is the 2010 recipient of OutMusic's Heritage Award.