Two of the most amazing talents that Philly and Washington D.C. have produced will be on the show on Tuesday!
Multi-faceted, multi-genre guitar wizard, David P. Stevens, joins us at two p.m. Eastern time. Watching David spin his magic over the past several years has been glorious. I first heard "The Shedd" when Baltimore's contemporary Jazz station was cooking full-time. To hear the production, the interplay of guest artists Gerald Veasley and Carol Riddick, and the skills of this writer/arranger - besides the obvious over-the-top licks - well, it has stuck in my soul to this day. "Epiphany" - David's new CD - is doing the same. Gerald joins his friend again, as does Carol - and they are joined by Gerald Albright - who plays BASS to coincide with David's BAD, BAD guitar! We'll hear tracks from the project - and get to pick up where we left off when DPS last joined us.
You may know the name Integriti Reeves. Besides the fact that it's one of the coolest names in the world, it's attached fondly to the group Afro Blue. The Howard University stars that won the hearts of thousands on NBC's "Sing-Off" a year or so back. Integriti is beautiful, inside and out - and that voice packs an unearthly punch. That pulls you in and won't let you go. The prestigious Strathmore in Bethesda, Maryland, knows that this classically trained Peabody scholar is someone extraordinary - and that is why Integriti was chosen to be Artist-in-Residence this season. She has shared the stage with internationally known stars and her own star is ascending rapidly. We'll hear about her charmed life when she follows David, close to the three p.m. hour, Eastern time.
Spring is here - let's celebrate with the best music possible to make our hearts sing!
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