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Black Fabric


New Southwest Florida resident, Tina Soloman, made her home in Nashville's Music City for over 30 years, recording several albums in the faith and jazz genre.  Her love of music began at an early age and her ability to connect to both song and audience is palpable in the room.  She delivers powerful vocals with a sultry mix of blue-eyed soul.
In 2005, Tina founded the nonprofit organization Holding Out Hope, Inc. which brought the healing power of music and love into the Tennessee Prison for Women. For over eighteen years Tina led The Voices of Freedom choir, composed of incarcerated women, influencing thousands of lives.
In 2013 Tina Soloman wrote and performed the signature song "I Remember" for the EMMY Award Winning documentary film, Searching for Augusta.
In 2014 Tina was interviewed by Diane Sawyer when her prison choir, Voices of Freedom, was featured in the ABC 20/20 Special; A Nation of Women Behind Bars. 


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