Rhonda Richmond
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Rhonda Richmond


Band Jazz Singer/Songwriter


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Rhythm and Strings, 2007
Oshogbo Town, 2001



Rhonda is a composer and performance artist with broad experience and a musical sensibility that crosses many genres.  She writes, arranges and teaches the craft of song writing to students of all ages.  She has performed as the opening act for artist such as B.B. King, Kris Kristofferson, Johnny Taylor and Albert King while working as a vocalist and keyboardist for Bennie Lattimore.   Rhonda has also opened for jazz great Jimmy Smith, Medeski, Martin & Wood, Yellowjackets and worked with Cassandra Wilson on several projects including the motion picture sound track for Love Jones.  She has been one of the featured artists at the National Black Arts Festival in Atlanta, Ga., the Snowbird Jazz and Blues Festival in Utah, Woodsongs Old-Time Radio Show in Kentucky, Sweet Lorraine's, Windsor Court in New Orleans, LA and performed for national United Negro College fundraiser at Tougaloo College.  Richmond was a panelist on the 7th annual B.B. King International Blues Workshop, sponsored by the Delta Research and Cultural Institute of Mississippi Valley State University.  Rhonda is listed on the Mississippi Artist Roster and was awarded a fellowship funded by the Mississippi Arts Commission and the National Endowment for the Arts.  Rhonda’s latest composition Tallahatchie Waters appears in the Paul Saltzman film Prom Night in Mississippi.  That film was included in the Sundance Film Festival which is featured by HBO now showing in 2009.