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Seasons Change with Saxophonist Jazz Artist Daryl Beebe

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Born and raised in Detroit Michigan, Daryl Beebe is a phenomenal and innovative saxophonist, producer, songwriter, composer, preacher, teacher, motivational speaker and counselor.   Daryl received his Bachelor of Arts degree from Kentucky State University where he major in criminal justice and minored in music.  He was a member of the university jazz, concert, and marching bands. During his undergraduate studies, Beebe began to focus on songwriting, production, improvisation, and poetry. Later, he received his Master of Arts and Master of Education degrees from the University of Cincinnati. He has performed and recorded with artists such as Kurt Carr, Derrick Brinkley, Karen Clark, Marcus Belgrave, Teddy Harris, James Carter, Donnie McClurkin, Marvin Winans, Vicki Winans and Martha Reeves.


  In 2002, Elder Beebe and his childhood friend, Harry Patton released their debut album, “The Covenant Project,” by Partners in Christ. The project is an exciting mix of jazz, Latin, gospel, and other influences.  The group followed up with their 2010 CD entitled “Called.”  Recently, Beebe released his first solo project, “Sonny Side Up.”  “Sonny Side Up” inspires listeners to look to the Son of Man and see the brighter side of life.  Beebe was influenced greatly by his father Roy Beebe (Musician and composer), his mother Margie Beebe (that allowed him to practice at all hours of the night as a teen) and his music teacher, Dr. Limuel Dokes, who not only taught music, but also helped build character, as well as musicianship.   





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