February's Black History month ended Jully's recent "Breaking Through the Glass Ceiling" Tour where she partnered with TD Bank to share performances, storytelling and more compliments of TD Bank. From Coast to Coast, fans witnessed a 'one of a kind concert experience'.
See what CBC Calgary had to say in anticipation of her arrival:
Dubbed "Canada's Queen of R&B Soul" by her fans, Jully Black is bringing a free concert to Calgary in celebration of Black History Month.
The family-friendly event, called "Break Through the Glass Ceiling," is a combination of live performance, storytelling and reflection on what it means to persevere.
"Those who made the history didn't even know they were making history. That's my message. It's about resilience," she told CBC's The Homestretch.
"Whatever you're doing in life, it's those who stick to it and actually persevere that make it to that dream, to that pot of gold."
Black is bringing her show to Calgary because she feels an indescribable "affinity" to the city, which also happens to be the place she won her first Juno Award.