Lia Nicine McCoo | Woodstock Wednesdays | Premieres Wednesday, February 3, 7pm/CST Posted on January 29, 2021 by woodstockfolkfestival

The Woodstock Folk Festival is excited to bring high quality music and spoken word to our community. You will be moved to sing out loud as Lia Nicine McCoo kicks off Black History Month for Woodstock Wednesdays on February 3. You can show your gratitude by going to Lia will perform an online concert for Two Way Street on February 5 at 8pm/CST.

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Featured Performers: Lia Nicine McCoo & Keryn Moriyah

For many years, cantorial soloist Lia Nicine McCoo has lead attendees of the Martin Luther King Jr. Interfaith Prayer Breakfast in song. Lia has performed at many Woodstock Folk Festival concerts, led All-Sing Finales and performed in the Children’s Area of the Festival.

“Lia is one of the few people I know who can captivate a room with her voice.” ~ Keith Johnson, Off Square Music

“Moriyah & McCoo” have been a musical duet since 1984. Both Lia and Keryn are trained musicians, performers songwriters, Period/Era history music performers, specialization in World Beat musical genres, arrangers, worship ministers and producers of original music and music videos.

Keryn Moriyah is creator and head producer of her studio, “MorPROStudio”, i.e., Moriyah Productions Studio. For CD sales information and for “LIVE” or virtual performance inquiries, please contact Keryn Moriyah at MPS. Email: Phone number: 1-(815)-575-8146

Black History Month Virtual Festival – February 2021

ASALH, The Association for the Study of African American Life and History, announces 2021 Black History Theme, The Black Family: Representation, Identity, and Diversity. For Black History Month Information, go to

ASALH will hold innovative virtual programming in the month of February celebrating the 2021 Black History Month Theme, The Black Family: Representation, Identity, and Diversity. Check for schedules, times, and other updates.

We know you will enjoy Lia and Keryn’s performance on Woodstock Wednesdays.

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