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Adia Blackmon has been singing before she could talk. Music is a healing gift that she has shared  in church and in her surrounding community beginning in early childhood. Her daddy said, "she sings bass in the children's choir." The youth choir/fellowship regularly sang at the nursing home to bring joy and companionship to seniors. At Hampton University Adia sang her way across the country connecting with prospective students and alumni in the Concert Choir.  She also studied jazz at Howard University.

Adia has sung with Sweet Honey in the Rock, Elegba Folklore Society, Black Anger, Sisters in Song and a host of others. 

The common denominator in all of her work is healing and community with a goal of wholeness. 

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