“Day Dream” is a radio play inspired by the life of jazz artist and composer Billy Strayhorn. It contrasts Billy’s journey, looking back on his life during a radio interview, with the journey of Andre, an aspiring jazz vocalist struggling to find his voice in today’s world. Released in 8 episodes starting October 11th, “Day Dream” is set in two time periods: Billy in 1965, and Andre in Modern Day.
“Day Dream” was written by Barry Moton, a Jazz Vocalist living in Washington, DC. His previous credits include singing as the featured vocalist at the Al Sears Jazz Festival in Macomb, IL, where he was also awarded Outstanding Jazz Vocalist, and at the Elmhurst Jazz Festival. He has shared the stage with legendary artists like Cyrus Chestnut, Vanessa Rubin, Roy Hargove, and Jessica Boykin-Settles.
For more information on tuning in, go to https://www.daydreamseries.com or visit the Facebook page for Barry Moton.