This June, Jumoké Fashola makes her return to the Late Night Jazz stage to perform Protest!. She’ll perform a selection of revolutionary music and poetry that has inspired social change around the world. This celebration of the power of music and words to inspire comes as part of the Hall’s Summer of Love: Revisited series that reflects on 50 years since the height of the counter culture era.
To give you more of a feel for the inspirations behind her show, Protest!, we asked Jumoké to select some of her favourite protest music of all time. Check it out!
LATE NIGHT JAZZ – JUMOKE FASHOLA: PROTEST!
22 June 2017
Performing a set of everything from early African-American spirituals, jazz and reggae to revolutionary songs from folk luminaries such as Nina Simone, Pete Seeger, Miriam Makeba and Bob Dylan, and words from the likes of Langston Hughes.