August 14, 2022

BLOWIN’ UP

REMEMBER HIS NAME — Much to his credit, Darryl Jovan Williams’ improbable dreams are steadily becoming a reality, given he’s been afforded the golden opportunity to grace the platform to put his immeasurable skills on display. Williams will headline the Aretha: A Tribute with Capathia Jenkins Friday night.

Darryl Jovan Williams is steadily becoming a globally-acclaimed fixture at symphonies.

“I’m always excited to be asked to headline symphonies because I never dreamed that far,” Williams, a rising New York City-based singer, told Making Headline News this week.

Much to his credit, Williams’ improbable dreams are steadily becoming a reality, given he’s been afforded the golden opportunity to grace the platform to put his immeasurable skills on display.

Williams will headline the Aretha: A Tribute with Capathia Jenkins Friday night.


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REPRESENTIN’ THE BIG APPLE — Much to his delight, Williams is steadily becoming a globally-acclaimed fixture at symphonies.

Powered by the Utah Symphony, the Aretha: A Tribute with Capathia Jenkins will take place at Deer Valley® Snow Park Outdoor Amphitheater, located at 2250 Deer Valley Drive South in nearby Park City.

The time for this is event is 7:30 p.m. MST.

Conducted by Lucas Waldin, Williams is one two vocalists who appear at the Aretha: A Tribute with Capathia Jenkins with Jenkins being the other one.


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WILLIAMS ON CENTER STAGE — Powered by the Utah Symphony, the Aretha: A Tribute with Capathia Jenkins will take place at Deer Valley® Snow Park Outdoor Amphitheater, located at 2250 Deer Valley Drive South in nearby Park City.

A Tribute to Franklin, who was famously known as the “Queen of Soul,” this program will feature Jenkins — who has been appropriately dubbed a festival favorite, and Williams, both of whom will be performing such iconic hits as “Respect,” “Think,” “A Natural Woman,” “Chain of Fools,” and “Amazing Grace,” among other songs.

For Williams whom, earlier this year, worked closely with renowned entertainer Michael Bublé, it’s safe to assume his stock as a singer continues to rise, in large part because he’s steadily becoming one of the symphony industry’s most sought-after vocalists.


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AND IT CAME TO PASS — “I’m always excited to be asked to headline symphonies because I never dreamed that far,” Williams, a rising New York City-based singer, told Making Headline News this week.

“I had already done the Calgary Symphony and, since it went well, I’ve been asked to headline with Capathia in the Aretha Tribute,” Williams said of a Utah Symphony-hosted event that will also include performances by Baltimore Symphony, Seattle Symphony, Allentown (Penn.) Symphony, and the Chicago Symphony.


Heading into Friday’s appearance in Utah, Williams previously made his presence felt for The Calgary Philharmonic, as well as The Baltimore, Seattle, Allentown, and the Chicago Philharmonics.

Having become inspired by Kandi Burress, Tyler Perry, Shandra Rymes, and Denzel Washington to pursue his lofty ambitions in his chosen profession, Williams is steadily witnessing his flourishing career soar to immense heights.


FOR STARTERS — As Williams recalls, he appropriately started out in the entertainment world as a dancer, singer, and actor. It wasn’t long thereafter that a proverbial light bulb moment had ultimately ensued, thus fueling Williams’ fervent desire to expound on his immeasurable gifts and talents.

Just recently, Williams was invited by The Houston Symphony to be the headliner and guest soloist for Maestro Steven Reineke (conductor for Carnegie Hall and New York Pops), during a July 4 celebration.

After Friday’s showing for the Aretha: A Tribute with Capathia Jenkins, Williams will debut the following week with the Chautauqua Symphony in Chautauqua, New York during its Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra: Aretha: A Tribute.


IN GREAT COMPANY — Heading into Friday’s appearance in Utah, Williams previously made his presence felt for The Calgary Philharmonic, as well as The Baltimore, Seattle, Allentown, and the Chicago Philharmonics.

This event that will take place August 12, the Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra: Aretha: A Tribute is scheduled to begin at 7:30 pm at the historic Chautauqua Institution.

As Williams hinted, he’s just warming up.

“I am still headlining on cruise ships with my hit one man show called, ‘The Mind of A Tenor,’ which debuted in a residency on The MS Independence of the Seas 2021 and was lauded as one of the hit shows that ushered in the ‘Royal Comeback’ of cruise ship, Titan Royal Caribbean,” Williams said. “I will be debuting The Mind of a Tenor on Royal Caribbean’s The MS Explorer of the Seas.”


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MAKING MAJOR STRIDES — For Darryl J. Williams, at just the tender age of 11, had commenced to playing the piano, a trend that had ultimately given way to him playing for at least eight of the area’s largest congregations. Much to his delight, he has produced an entertainment tenure that spans some 37 years.

For more information about New York Entertainer/Businessman Darryl Jovan Williams, to inquire about his services, or to schedule her for a public appearance or speaking engagement, call 917-687-4089 or connect with him via social media at Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/darryl.jovan; Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/djovan68/; Twitter: https://twitter.com/i/web/status/975489144108482560.


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