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Byron “BK” Davis & The Invisible Secret Band – Album Release

February 5 @ 3:00 pm

BK Davis is a Steinway International Recording Artist, known for his “Global Latin-jazz”, described as a “joyful expression of Jazz & R&B”.Join us in the Redstone Room along with Byron “BK” Davis and his band for his newest album release, “Invisible Secret”
BK is an all-embracing, global Latin-jazz & soul artist though hesitant to label it too much, BK’s music director offered the phrase “a joyful expression of Latin-inspired jazz and R&B.” His music also includes songs in Spanish and Arabic.
Sponsored by: Brown’s Shoe Fit Co., Burlington Family Chiropractic, Mount Zion Baptist Church East Moline
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Doors: 2pm / Show: 3pm
Tickets: $15
Age Restriction: All-ages (Under 19 minors must be accompanied by an adult)
Web: www.steinway.com/artists/byron-bk-davis
Steinway Artist – Byron “BK” Davis
**Photos courtesy of Phil Pool, Omni Photography.
Genre: Latin-Jazz, R&B/Soul
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Artist Bio:
Steinway Artist BK Davis has been composing and performing music for 40 years. Born in Davenport, Iowa, home of 20th-century jazz great Bix Beiderbecke, Davis was raised in a musical household. His father, Bishop Ezekiel Davis, conscripted him as a teen to serve as musical director for the seven churches he oversaw, while his mother, Rose Davis, an accomplished vocalist, attended to his vocal and instrumental training. The jazz pianist/singer plays more than a dozen instruments, including piano, guitar, organ, and drums, in idioms spanning jazz, R&B, gospel, soul, and pop. He has written theme music and jingles for the Boy Scouts of America and an Indianapolis 500 race and has directed choirs throughout the Midwest and West Coast. Davis has played or toured with artists including B.B. King, Billy Preston, Gerald Albright, Michael “Patches” Stewart, and the late soul legend – Johnnie Taylor. He co-wrote original music with rock and roll legend Little Richard, as well as McFadden and Whitehead.
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Date:
February 5
Time:
3:00 pm
Website:
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