“My voice is my sword,” says Atlanta singer/songwriter Elise Witt, who celebrates the release of her 12th CD with a concert at Oakhurst Baptist Church on Thursday, October 1 at 7 p.m. “I think this is my most activist album yet.”
Atlanta-based singer-songwriter Elise Witt has spent her entire adult life making a living as a singer. Those with deep Atlanta roots will remember her band from the ’80s, Elise Witt and the Small Family Orchestra, a staple act at community events and social justice demonstrations.
Join us on Thurs. Oct. 1st @ Oakhurst Baptist Church in Decatur GA to celebrate the release of “We’re All BORN SINGING,” my new CD & Book!
Elise Witt is the recipient of the William L. Womack Creative Arts Award, which acknowledges artistic expression of a person or group that is using their talent to build bridges of understanding between diverse communities.
Current GVP students and alums are joined by students from Academe of the Oaks and drummers Amy Jackson and Cindy Stark Reid from Conundrums to sing “Break the Silence” at Atlanta City Hall Atrium for One Billion Rising 2015. … Read More …
Published by Alternate ROOTS Online Journal. The first bone to develop in a baby is the Earbone. The last sense we lose before passing from this life is the sense of sound. Babies are born with all sounds, and to learn the language spoken around them, they eliminate the sounds they don’t need. … Read More …