DC singer-songwriter Be Steadwell redefines the love song in a modern context, with jazz, a capella, and folk roots. Blending genres into what she calls “queerpop,” Steadwell’s live performances feature onstage compositions using loop pedal vocal layering and beat boxing. Recently, Steadwell took the stage along with Toshi Reagon and Janelle Monae at the 2017 Women’s March on the National Mall, and she was awarded the 2018 Artist Fellowship by the DC Commission in the Arts.
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