The Folk Collective: Lilith Fair Reimagined

curated and hosted by Naomi Westwater

Saturday, September 14, 2024

Doors 7PM | Show 8PM

The Folk Collective: Lilith Fair Reimagined

  • Singer/Songwriter
  • The Folk Collective

Reimagining Lilith Fair is a tribute to the feminist music scene of the 1990s with an intersectional lens for today. This event will celebrate women and gender expansive artists in the Greater Boston music scene playing their original music and 90s cover songs. This show is produced by singer-songwriter Naomi Westwater and will be followed by a talk on intersectional feminism in the music scene today.

“Celebrating local afab musicians, the feminist movement that came before and the future of feminism is an important thing to bring to Passim.” – Naomi Westwater

We Are Passim!  To learn more about The Folk Collective, visit passim.org/folkcollective.

Naomi Westwater

  • Americana
  • Singer/Songwriter

Naomi Westwater (they/she) is a queer, Black-multiracial singer-songwriter from Massachusetts. Their work combines folk music, poetry, and spirituality. Their hope is that through ritual and storytelling they can aid nature in the end of capitalism and the return of community, creativity, and collective joy. 

Naomi holds a Master of Music in Contemporary Performance and Production from Berklee College of Music and she is a part of The Club Passim Folk Collective, where she produces Re-Imagining Lilith Fair: a tribute to the feminist music scene of the 1990s with an intersection lens for today. 

Naomi was nominated for a 2021 and 2022 Boston Music Award for best singer-songwriter, and has been featured in The Boston Globe, Under The Radar, WBUR, WGBH, and The Bluegrass Situation. 

Naomi is on faculty at Club Passim and Not Sorry Productions teaching songwriting, tarot, and poetry, and leads the Boston Chapter of We Make Noise. She is also an event producer and has produced shows at The Apollo Theatre, The Beacon Theatre, The Bell House, and more. Currently, Naomi is producing a series called Reclaiming Folk: A Celebration of People of Color in Folk Music.

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