Leon Beal Performs the Music of Otis Redding

The Legacy Series Chapter II

Saturday, September 1st at 8:00 PM

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From Jasper to Boston

A native of Jasper, Florida, Leon Beal, Jr. started singing in his church’s choir.  At a young age he toured with the Ronald Ingram Concert Choir and performed on the same bills with James Cleveland, The Caravans, Edwin Hawkins and many more!  After relocating to Boston, Leon co-founded the R&B inspirational music band called Joy-Ful.  Leon / Joy-Ful opened for many legendary vocal groups including the Temptations, Blue Magic, Harold Melvin and the Blue Notes, The Whispers, The Stylistics and others. Joyful was frequently featured at The House of Blues at both the Harvard Sq and Kenmore Sq locations. Upon the passing of several members of the group, Leon went on to pursue a solo career writing, arranging performing and producing music for several different artists on three continents, while performing with numerous groups along the way.Blessed with a golden voice, Leon sings classic soul music around New England and the United States.  He has even performed for President Obama and guests on Martha’s Vineyard on more than one occasion!

Leon Beal, Jr. released his first CD titled “Romantic Groove” in 2006.  The set included the tracks “Doo Wah Diddy,” “Dance With Me,” “In the Mood” and “Little Brother.”  He followed that up in 2010 with the CD titled “Keep On Pushing.”  The sophomore set included the tracks “Body and Soul,” “Helping Hand” and “Why Do You Have To Leave.”  Leon’s genuine, classic soul voice is in demand by international remix producers.  He has recorded “Music Makes Me Feel Good” with Nassau and “Ready for the Night Life” with Dolls and Combers.  He was also the principle writer on Athene Wilson’s critically acclaimed “It’s About Time” CD.  Leon also appeared on both Indie Soul United CDs.  The Indie Soul United CD titled “I Remember When” included the track “Never Let You Go” and the duet with U.K. soul artist Chidi called “My Angel.”  the Indie Soul United “II” CD he was featured on the multi-artist remake of the Stevie Wonder classic “Black Man.” 2016 saw the release of Leon Beal’s 3rd CD titled “Reflections of a Man” along with two singles: “Forgot to be Your Lover” and “We Need Love”!

Recently returned from tours in Brazil and Spain, Leon is excited to present his second legacy series performance, a tribute to Otis Redding.
Leon began his Legacy Series with a Sam Cooke Tribute and has plans to do several others in addition to promoting his original compositions.
This presentation will be fun and exciting to say the least as Otis Redding was a favorite of many groups and performers of his generation such as The Rolling Stones, The Beatles and Eric Burdon.

“Music is a gift that we have been given, we have been charged with the obligation of sharing. We should do so with humility, pride and enthusiasm!”
—Leon Beal Jr.