Sound & Vision
Sound & Vision brings together siblings of form through a music film series in partnership with DRIP (records). In addition to screening both repertory and contemporary music films, local bands will perform live before each screening, bringing a bit more action to Columbia’s Saturday night.
Charles Bradley: Soul of America (2012)
Starting off on his 62nd birthday, Charles Bradley: Soul of America follows the extraordinary journey of singer Charles Bradley during the electrifying and transformative months leading up to the release of his debut album "No Time for Dreaming."
Join us before the film for a live performance from Katrina Patrice.
Katrina has performed multiple times as a headliner at the annual SERCO Swampfest BBQ and Blues festival. Katrina has shared the stage with artists such as Babyface, Vashawn Mitchell, Jason Nelson, Blanche McAllister, Tamela Mann, and many more.
She's an accomplished arranger and composer, having written and produced the soundtrack for and acted in the nationally distributed stage play DVD “Yesterday is Still Gone." Katrina has played roles in several productions including Hairspray, Ragtime, Deloris Van Cartier in Sister Act and as Shug Avery in The Color Purple at some of Columbia’s most critically acclaimed theaters. In addition, she is one third of the dynamic soul music group, IndigoSOUL.
Part of our Sound & Vision series.