Live or Livestream! Part of the STRAND FAMILY SERIES

Hip Hop, soul, R&B, pop, and reggae concert fun! Fyütch’s live shows are filled with spirited songs, spoken word, and visual storytelling to educate, entertain, and empower the next generation. A Grammy®-nominated music and social justice artist, Fyütch and his work have been featured on The Today Show, NPR, Sirius XM’s Kids Place Live, and more.

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Recommended ages: 5-15 years. Runtime: 60 minutes


Pay-What-You-Can Tickets: $20, $10, $5, or $0

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Fyütch will also be offering a school-time matinee, offered at no cost to all local students! If you are interested in signing up your class/school, please email 


Artist Bio:

Fyütch is a multi-discipline artist and educator with a vast creative resume spanning several decades. Born Harold Simmons II in Gary, IN, he began public speaking at age 7, winning the city-wide speech contest and speaking at the US Capitol. Fyütch gained musical notoriety in Nashville, TN as the lead singer of Hip-Hop/Soul band Biscuits and Gravy, opening for acts like Kanye West and Pharrell. 

Fyütch leads music, poetry, and performance workshops/assemblies for students of all ages, and corporations like Adidas, Verizon, and Warby Parker. He uses Hip-Hop, spoken word, and visual storytelling to promote racial equity and liberation. His unique blend of catchy social justice content covers topics like Black History, Indigenous Peoples, empathy, and sustainability. His work has been featured on the Today Show, CBS News, NPR and radio stations worldwide. His song “Black Women in History” charted #1 on Sirius XM Kids Place Live. Fyütch is a member of the Grammy-nominated group 1 Tribe Collective, celebrating the rich culture and diversity that Black voices bring to family music. He is currently based in Bronx, NY with his 4 year old daughter Aura.





The Strand Family Series is sponsored by Rockland Harbor Hotel and the Owls Head Transportation Museum (supporting sponsors). Grant support includes the Maine Arts Commission, Knox County Fund of the Maine Community Foundation, New England Foundation for the Arts, Nellie Leaman Taft Foundation, the Western Arts Alliance Advancing Indigenous Performance Touring Fund and the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Show Dates & Times:

4/28/23 - Friday

6:30 pm,
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