1973 – The 1st Concert - Carol Maillard, Louise Robinson, Bernice Reagon, Mie. -  Photo Roy Lewis 1974 – Mie, Louise Robinson, Bernice Reagon, and Carol Maillard at the Smithsonian Folklife Festival. 1975 – Patricia Johnson, Bernice Reagon, Evelyn Harris, Carol Maillard 1975 – Rosie Lee Hooks, Bernice Reagon, Carol Maillard, and Evelyn Harris. 1976 - The first album 1977 - Bernice, Evelyn Carol, Yasmeen, and Patricia performing in Kentucky. 1977 - Evelyn Harris, Carol Maillard, & Patricia Johnson at Michigan. 1978 - B’lieve I’ll Run On… Yasmeen, Bernice, Patricia, and Evelyn 1979 - 6th anniversary poster w Tulani Jordan, Yasmeen Williams, Evelyn Harris, and Bernice Reagon 1980 - Concert Program 1981 - Ysaye, Evelyn, Bernice, and Yasmeen. 1982 - Sweet Honey performs with Margie Adam 1983 - 10th Anniversary Reunion Concert program 1984 - For more than a decade, D.C.'s Warner Theatre has been the home for Sweet Honey's anniversary concerts. 1985 - Shirley, Aisha, Bernice, Evelyn, Ysaye, and Sylvia Hill of the Free South Africa Movement demonstrating against apartheid at the South African embassy 1986 1987 - Sweet Honey featured in Essence magazine. 1988 - Breaths 1988 - Live at Carnegie Hall 1989 - AIDS Benefit Program 1990 - Mandela Celebration tour – Carol, Bernice, Shirley, Aisha, Nitanju, and Ysaye 1991 - Cover of Washington View 1992 - In This Land 1993 Still on the Journey 1994 - I Got Shoes 1995 - Beijing 1996 Sacred Ground 1997 - Sweet Honey sings every year in a benefit concert for the Fund for Southern Communities. 1998 - Aisha, Nitanju, Carol, and Ysaye In costume on the set of “Beloved.” 1998 - Washington Post 1999 - Continuum, The First songbook of Sweet Honey In The Rock 2000 - Grammy Nominated Still the Same Me 2001 - Still The Same Me nominated for Grammy 2002 - Nitanju, Aisha, Bernice, Ysaye, Carol, and Shirley with Danny Glover at a benefit performance for the Algebra Project. 2003 - 30th anniversary 2003 - SHIR donates memorabilia to the Smithsonian Institution 2003 - Ysaye rehearsing Sweet Honey Community Choir 30th Anniversary - Sweet Honey and Toshi Reagon's band, Big Lovely, perform Eveningsong 2005 - Sweet Honey appeared at the Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies Annual Dinner. Pictured here with Sweet Honey are Center CEO Togo West, Jr., 2006 - Aisha, producer Nitanju Casel, and engineer Jim Robeson work on Experience…101 2006 - Anniversary Concert - Sweet Honey and the WPAS Men and Women of the Gospel performing Ndaba in D.C. 2006 - Shirley, Aisha, Louise, Carol, Ysaye, Arnae, and Nitanju perform “Miss Mary Mack” at the concert honoring Ella Jenkins 2007 - Rehearsing with Step Afrika! 2007 - Sweet Honey receives the Mayor’s Arts Award for Lifetime Achievement. 2008 - Sweet Honey at the Grammys 2008 - Sweet Honey at the Grammys 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2013