Introducing: Groove @ The Merc – With Darryl F. Walker singing Al Jarreau
From City of Temecula
TEMECULA, CA ─ Temecula residents and visitors are invited to Groove @ The Merc: Darryl F. Walker ‘Sings Al Jarreau’ on Saturday, August 25, 2018 and September 22, 2018 at 7:30 p.m.
Temecula Presents moves the popular Groove Series to The Merc. Darryl F. Walker’s five-piece band will perform on the intimate stage in The Merc. You will go on a musical adventure with legendary Al Jarreau hits that will have you tapping your feet and grooving to the sound of unforgettable world-class Blues and Soul music.
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Darryl F. Walker began singing in his early childhood and has one of the most exceptional voices in the industry today. He has performed at some of the most notable venues and exclusive private events, as well as notable Jazz and R & B concerts in the country.
In addition to stunning vocal abilities, Darryl is also known as a talented saxophonist. Specializing in R&B, Pop, Blues, and Jazz, Darryl has lit up countless live shows and recording sessions with leads and backgrounds adding vocals or sax for a bevy of labels: Tabu, A&M, Motown, Mesa Blue Moon Records, Northern Blues, and Ripa Records. Bilingual skills have garnered him the honor of being the vocalist of choice for the pre-production team of world-renowned Latin artist Luis Miguel.
This double threat is known in the industry as a consummate professional. Darryl’s natural talents, dedication to his craft, charisma and personal warmth come across with each and every performance. It is easy to see what has made this artist a favorite with so many celebrity, society, and corporate clients across the nation. He currently tours with his own band, the Darryl F. Walker Band; Greg Adams and East Bay Soul, as lead vocalist and saxophonist; and Haute Chile Productions, as lead vocalist, saxophonist, and percussionist.
Temecula Presents welcomes Darryl F. Walker for two Saturday concerts on August 25, 2018 and September 22, 2018. Tickets are $20 each and available for purchase now at TemeculaTheater.org.
For more information, please contact the Ticket Office at (866) OLD-TOWN (866) 653-8696.
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