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Indie SoulMusic

Daley Show at Rams Head On Stage by Porter Brown Jr.

Daley has been burning up the radio airways for years now. Daley’s The Spectrum Tour which kicked off at the legendary Rams Head On Stage in Annapolis Maryland. This venue is considered be one of the best in Maryland to bring  top talent locally and internationally.

On this night, it belonged to Uk’s Daley aka Mr. Smooth, R&B, himself.

He told us and then took us thru his musical journey from childhood listening to some of the greats in U.S.R&B. Singing a medley of songs with his band, as he called them Two Piece and a Biscuit.

Many of the songs he featured were from his newest album “The Spectrum”. Daley brought us everything from the duet with Jill Scott “Until the Pain is Gone” “Temple”, “Slow Burn”, “Sympathy”and “True”. Daley proceeded to then take us down memory lane, with hits from his first project “Days and Nights”, like the chart topping hit “Alone Together”.

In this age of manufactured, over produced under talented artist, it is so refreshing to see and hear true, raw, and powerfully captivating talent on stage.

Daley’s lyrics and writing style brings back the golden age of music when love and relationships were the backbone of R&B. We need more artist like Daley and venues like Rams Head bringing them to the forefront of both the public’s eyes and ears.

If your city is on his list of stops, don’t want  miss Daley’s “The Spectrum” Tour! It will give you that good lovin’ feelin all over again!

https://www.daley.tv/

http://www.ramsheadonstage.com/

 

Here is our earlier review of Daley’s The Spectrum and our video spotlight:

Indie Soul Review: The Spectrum (Daley) by Phinesse Demps

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