Gullah/Geechee Soul of the South

The Morris Center for Lowcountry Heritage is hosting an outstanding exhibit entitled “Soul of the South.” This exhibition takes you on a journey through the music of the Lowcountry and provides background history on cultural heritage as well as musical artists. Although the museum is now open and small groups of people can visit with masks on while social distancing, the museum decided to take their programming to a global virtual audience via the “Virtually Speaking” series on their social media and their website. Queen Quet, Chieftess of the Gullah/Geechee Nation (www.QueenQuet.com) presented “De Gullah/Geechee Soul of de South” for this historic occasion. Hunnuh kin gwine ta Gullah/Geechee TV (GGTV) fa shum:

In this histo-musical presentation, Queen Quet educates the world about a number of musical artists and songs that people have heard around the world and how these emerged from Gullah/Geechee soil and souls. Put on hunnuh dancin shoe and tune een fa yeddi disya fa tru!

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