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Returning to my show Jazz Saxophonist Daryl Beebe on new music

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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, counselor, and Central Officer Administrator for the Southfield Public School District, in Southfield, MI.  Daryl received his Bachelor of Arts degree from Kentucky State University where he majored 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. As a follow-up to Sunny Side Up, Beebe released his CD, The Daryl Beebe Project - Seasons Change.  Ecclesiastes 3 says, “To everything, there is a season and a time for every purpose under the heaven.” The music will take you on a journey through the many sounds and seasons of life.  In February 2020, Daryl released his latest Billboard top 10 single, entitled Breathe.  March 1, 2021, Daryl released the follow-up single, “Road Trip,” Which is currently being played on radio stations around the world.  

In April, 2021, Beebe will release his sophomore album entitled “Better Together” This compilation of eclectic music will provide listeners with musicial backdrop for all elements of life.  As Covid 19, the negative climate of politics and many social ills attempt to divide us, Daryl’s message to the world is that we are “Better Together.” 

 

Daryl has been featured on DetroitGospel.com, the morning news with Channel 4 WDIV in Detroit, Live in the D on WDIV, Gospelflava.com, the Detroit Jazz

 

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