Vocalist Goldie Ingram has been singing since the age of 2. Her group’s mix of R&B, blues, rock, and a dash of country creates the perfect mood for all music lovers. Ingram says she can’t wait for live music venues to open again when it’s safe for performers and audiences to return. “I miss the Chatterbox big time!”
Ingram performs with Rob Dixon (saxophone); Steven Jones (keys); Will Robinson (bass); and Richard “Sleepy” Floyd (drums).
Catch a one-song performance at 12:15 p.m. Tuesday through Friday in February on WISH-TV’s Facebook page. And if you love what you saw there, you can come back and watch the full, 45-minute performances. Art & Soul fans will be able to watch great performances by 15 acts, from emerging musicians to legendary bands, plus hear a conversation with this year’s visual artist, Matthew Cooper. Matthew created the backdrop for this year’s performances. It’s a collage of the pieces he painted this summer on the boarded-up windows of Old City Hall as part of the Murals for Racial Justice initiative. Matthew also created two original works that viewers can see through the large exterior windows of Gallery 924 at the Arts Council.
Along with the 16 Art & Soul shows, we’ll be presenting special content including a guide to the best Black History Month arts & culture events at indyarts.org.
Please follow @indyartscouncil and #ArtSoulIndy on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram to join the celebration.
SEGMENT IS SPONSORED BY INIDIANAPOLIS ARTS COUNCIL