Born to Donny Hathaway, one of the most influential soul artists of the 1970s, and Eulaulah Hathaway, an accomplished musician in her own right, the Chicago native first put pen to paper, “with the music,” as a 10th-grader. Lalah Hathaway is revered by some of the greatest musicians of the last century, and a myriad of collaborations and international performances signpost her 25- year success. Enamored with color, space and the evolution of music, Hathaway’s six studio albums chronicle an emotive journey through R&B, jazz and soul. You won’t want to miss this three-time Grammy winner as she takes the Alys Stephens Center stage.
“Lalah live is a remarkable presence – musical, jazzy, soulful, serene, funny, and that voice…” — London Jazz News
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