Friday, January 20, 2017


Black History Events at Creative Alliance

WHERE: Creative Alliance, 3134 Eastern Ave., Baltimore

Creative Alliance celebrates black history, culture, and artistic expression. The list below is just a sampling of the stellar events we present throughout the year! (Above: Walter "Wolfman" Washington, Navasha Daya, What does it mean to be Black?)

SAT JAN 21 | Navasha Daya w/ Jonathan Gilmore
SAT JAN 28 | Winter in America: The Revolutionary words and music of Gil Scott Heron
SAT FEB 4 | Bob Marley's Birthday Soul Shakedown w/ See-I
THU FEB 16 | FILM | Awake Zion
THU FEB 16 | DISCUSSION | What does it mean to be Black?
FRI FEB 17 | Garifuna Soul: Aurelio Martinez
THU FEB 23 | Walter Wolfman Washington Mardis Gras Blues Party
SAT FEB 25 | EXHIBITION | Johns Hopkins Black History Month Student Competition

Navasha Daya with Jonathan Gilmore

WHEN: Saturday, January 21 | 8pm
Creative Alliance, 3134 Eastern Ave., Baltimore
TICKETS: $25, $22 mbrs. (+$3 at the door)
More Info & Tix

Called an “astral soul goddess” by Mojo magazine, Navasha Daya (nah Vah sha Day- ya), is an exceptionally gifted and seasoned songwriter/ singer, composer, producer, and choreographer who is internationally known as a breathtaking performer. On stage, Navasha embodies the feminine spirit and inspires women around the world. Grammy-Award winning songstress India Arie described Navasha’s voice as “the true definition of soulful.” Prior to her solo release, Navasha served as lead vocalist, songwriter and co-founder of the highly acclaimed Baltimore based soul/jazz band, Fertile Ground.