Nona Hendryx

Revolutionary art-rock Artists, Nona Hendryx is a vocalist, songwriter, music technologist, a producer of experimental theater, short films and author, a creator of Augmented and Virtual Reality experiences with multiplayer games inspired by Afrofuturism. Tackling social issues, love and politics, Hendryx’s career spans decades of sound and style evolution. She is one of the groundbreaking group Labelle who created the No.1 worldwide hit 'Lady Marmalade' (Voulez Vous Coucher Avec Moi C'est Soir?"  The Songwriter, Hendryx, came into her own as a solo artist post Labelle.  Nona’s Solo career has seen her engage with an impressive lineup of collaborators (Prince, Peter Gabriel, Talking Heads, Laurie Anderson, Terri Lynn Carrington, Esperanza Spalding, Bono, George Clinton, Keith Richards) a short list.  Her music has ranged from soul, funk, and R&B to hard rock, new wave and new-age to uncategorizable.

Today, Hendryx remains the Queen of Transformation; creating and writing music for experimental and commercial theatre and film, developing AR, VR, MR and Immersive in person and digital projects.  Nona is Ambassador of Artistry in Music at Berklee College of Music, Boston and Boston Conservatory, Resident Artist at Barnard College’s Movement Lab.   Nona pushes the creative boundaries of Music, Art and Technology collaborating with Visual Artists, Theaster Gates, Robert Wilson, Nick Cave, Carrie Mae Weems with Indigenous Visual Artist Virgil Ortiz and Choreographer Francesca Harper for the Limon Dance company.