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Jamila Woods on Finding Live Music Through the Church

Chicago singer discusses the connections between non-profit work and putting on a concert

Jamila Woods, This Must Be the Gig
Jamila Woods, This Must Be the Gig
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    Vivid Seats Ticket promoWelcome back to another episode of This Must Be the Gig, the podcast that gives you an all-access pass to the world of live music! This week, poet, activist, and musician Jamila Woods joins the podcast to discuss finally wrapping up the last tour date behind her sublime 2016 album, HEAVN. A bastion of the Chicago music scene and a prominent advocate of Young Chicago Authors, Jamila has expanded her message to the world through incredibly radiant and empowering R&B. Host Lior Phillips chats with Jamila about the artist’s mother and her interest in Ayurvedic medicine, the connections between non-profit work and putting together a concert, and shorting out the tour van with a portable space heater in Europe.

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