When you hear Kenya Hall, you’ll know why Rolling Stone Magazine calls her a “Soul Powerhouse.” Finish off your evening with the vocals of Kenya Hall, featured on the stage in Mechanic’s Park at 7:30 p.m.
Based out of Portland, Maine, Kenya Hall has shared stages with incredible local and national acts such as The Roots, Dr. John, Lettuce, Armies, Adam Deitch, Shameka Copeland, and Fred Wesley.
As one-of-a-kind as it gets, Kenya’s musical artistry weaves together indomitable vocals with a fierce blend of soul and funk delivered with a rare energy that leaves every audience she sings to better for having been a part of it.
Drawing her writing and performing influences from Jill Scott, Erykah Badu, and Sharon Jones, Kenya is not only relevant in what she says, but poignant in how she communicates it. Leaning heavily on Soul, Hip Hop, Funk, and the seed of what makes a rock and roll artist — Kenya is here to deeply inspire and elevate the world around her.