Performance Art

I am an interdisciplinary artist. 

It all began with me and my grandma in the basement singing Annie. I come from two generations of triple threats. Acting, singing & dancing are my birthright. 

My foundational vocal stylings evolved out of my work in a competitive-touring professional children’s choir in tandem with a lifetime of classical & musical theater singing.  I currently explore a variety of genres and expressions from house, to disco, spoken word, rap, folk, & electro-rock pop. All of my art work is grounded in radical love, decolonization and animist, ancestral devotion. 

I am one half of the song-writing duo Jazz/Rev -our first EP “Urban Decay” released 6/18/2021! Always looking for collaborators, message me if you want to make some magic happen!

The ‘New New ‘ that Jazz be Up To:

Urban Decay – Jazz/Rev

Art by April Attaway
released June 18, 2021

“Urban Decay”, “Shine Thru” & “Ain’t Shit Blues” written by Jazz Goldman & Renee Jarreau
“Hot Stuff” written by P. Bellotte/H. Faltermeyer/K. Forsey, additional lyrics by Jazz Goldman & Renee Jarreau
“The Spinning Wheel” written by Jazz Goldman

Jazz Goldman – Lead, background & rap vocals
Reverend Dollars – Background & rap vocals, programming, electric & acoustic piano, synthesizer, percussion, string arrangement

Eva Walker – Electric guitar on “Urban Decay”, “Shine Thru” & “The Spinning Wheel”
Lando Diaz – Acoustic guitar on “Hot Stuff” and “The Spinning Wheel”
Akua Kariamu – Violin & cello on “The Spinning Wheel”

All songs produced by Reverend Dollars

all rights reserved

The Fine Designs – Ohio

Dedicated to all who protest violence at the hands of the state.
Written by Neil Young
Performed by The Fine Designs
Lead Vocals – Jazz Goldman
Backup Vocals, Bass, Guitar – Savannah Sly
Drums – Skylar Ding
Mixed by Savannah Sly and Fast Eddy
Produced by Savannah Sly and Jazz Goldman
Cover art created by Savannah Sly and Jazz Goldman

WSABI Fox – Loops for Bedroom Dancers, Passion Play

Premiered in Sept. 2020, Featured Performer

For the first half of each video, dancers of various movement backgrounds film themselves in their bedroom isolations through Covid quarantine, soundtracked by WSABI Fox’s slowly evolving guitar loop drones. These loops were initially created as the foundation of WSABI Fox’s LP1, before the pandemic cancelled their recording plans.

The second half of each video takes place outdoors, as we break free from quarantine and begin moving together. Drums kick in, embedded with WSABI Fox’s growing collection of Anti-Racist beats: audio samples sourced from Confederate, racist, & coloniser statues crashing to the pavement at the hands of protestors across America & in the U.K.

Composed in a dynamic style reminiscent of a modern video chat in Covid, these videos also feature personal movement writings throughout by each dancer. 

WSABI Fox will release each song with recommended movement exercise prompts for any willing body to explore at home in their own bedroom. “Passion Play” is available for purchase on Bandcamp
In line with WSABI Fox’s guiding principles in the Harvest of love and community and the Fight for the oppressed body, as represented in the Sanggot (the “S” in WSABI, a Visayan Philippine hand sickle and martial arts blade), proceeds support the agrarian and Indigenous rights movement in the Philippines: Kilusang Magbubukid ng Pilipinas, the Peasant Farmers’ Movement Bungkalan Food Production Campaign, and Sabokahan, the Lumad Women of the Southern Philippines

Loops for Bedroom Dancers is commissioned as part of At Home in the World presented by the Bagri Foundation.

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