Sweet Honey in the Rock: Celebrating the Holydays
Grammy-Winning Sweet Honey in the Rock's Soulful Celebration of All Faiths
Ring in the season with the warm-hearted, high-energy sound of Sweet Honey in the Rock, paying tribute to the music of faiths across the globe. Sweet Honey in the Rock's stunning vocal prowess has been amazing audiences for nearly four decades, creating unforgettable original music from the rich textures of the African-American legacy. Their style is influenced by spirituals, traditional gospel hymns, rap, reggae, African chants, hip-hop and jazz improvisation, intermingled with R&B and soul. Delivering five-part harmonies -- with a sixth member acting as a sign-language interpreter -- they create a sound that resonates with people of all ages and cultures. They've toured the world, been the subject of two PBS documentaries, recorded movie soundtracks, been nominated for two Grammys for their children's albums, and shared a Grammy win for a multi-artist record.
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Founded in 1992, the Cincinnati Arts Association (CAA) is a not-for-profit organization that oversees the programming and management of the Tri-state’s finest performing arts venues – the Aronoff Center for the Arts and Music Hall – and is dedicated to supporting performing and visual arts. Each year, CAA presents a diverse schedule of events; serves upwards of 700,000 people in its venues; features the work of talented local, regional, and national artists in the Weston Art Gallery (located in the Aronoff Center); and supports the work of more than one dozen resident companies.