Narissa Bond

Her mother urged her to tell family stories. Narissa took that to heart writing family stories her mother told her and putting them to song — “When I write, those voices from the past come to me” Blessed with a warm soprano, this award-winning musician has released Five Albums including one, “Rhythm of Love” which was released in April of 2019 and nominated for Hampton Roads Veer Awards for best album and for best Acoustic/Folk Artist. You can hear her idols in her music, from Joni Mitchell’s to Tracy Chapman.

She’s opened for many artists, including Alix Dobkin, Lucy Kaplansky, Vance Gilbert, Tret Fure and Grammy-nominated blues artist Ruthie Foster.

Her “Three Words” Album was honored by Hampton Roads for Best Song and Album. She is featured in the book I’ve Got Thunder, a collection of stories about Black female recording artists, including Abbey Lincoln, Chaka Kahn, and Joan Armatrading.

You can hear her idols in her music, from Joni Mitchell’s to Tracy Chapmans finely crafted songs. She studied classical music, and jazz guitar, and there are elements of that in her work, as well as a nod to the blues and a strong connection to contemporary folk.

There’s a good reason radio Host Barry Graham says, “Narissa has set a new standard for the art of singing and songwriting … she is the real thing.” Get the real thing. Listen to Narissa Bond.

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