Home grown native releases latest CD, Even Though and In Spite of
To home grown native, Irvin Doc’ Peck, music is like breathing fresh air. Peck has just released his new CD – entitled Even Though, and In Spite Of.
It’s a combination of Jazz, Contemporary, and Gospel influences that blend together various musical disciplines to formulate a unique sound and style.
Without a doubt, Pecks’ music is eclectic; it has an avant-garde musical style that blends transient sounds, grooving rhythms, and orchestral movements to keep excitement going. Peck’s trumpet is the final component that lays melodic riffs that take you on a funky ride.
Peck has previously geared his music toward evoking positive messages of reflection to open spiritual centers of consciousness.
His two previous CDs were Style Rhythm and Sketches of Sound, and now he brings us Even Though, and In Spite Of that is sure to create a buzz from jazz aficionados.
He states that, “As a playwright and composer,” he’s able to “join the two disciplines together to complement one another in a unique way, thereby allowing him to write and compose without any definite limitations.” Peck relies on the CDs title to keep him focused and to bring substance to each song as he journeys through the process of evolving.
Doc’ Peck, along with his wife, soprano songstress Eva Brown-Peck, are responsible for bringing us numerous musicals and plays such as Come Sunday Morning, Days Gone Bye – Broward County, and I Was On My Way to Hell – When God Touched My Soul.
To purchase a copy of his current CD, can contact Doc’ Peck at: (954) 288-3342 or email@example.com.