The UK’s Sunday Show Tunes, presents composer/lyricist Scott Evan Davis in concert live at The Pheasantry in London. UK artists will join Davis in performing music from his new recording, NEXT, his debut CD, Cautiously Optimistic, and other originals. Artists include: Rosemary Ashe, Natasha Barnes, Ilan Galkoff, Joel Harper Jackson, Stuart Matthew Price, Charlotte Baker Wakefield and others to be announced.
There will be one show on September 18th at 8pm, with doors opening at 6pm. The ticket price is £15. A full dinner menu and bar are available. The Pheasantry is located at: 152 Kings Road London SW3 4UT. Reservations for Pheasantry: Phone: 0207 439 4962. Book tickets
NEXT was released in February 2016 on Sonic Landscapes Music (BMI). It features guest singers from Broadway, including Karen Mason (for whom he wrote the song ”Save Me The Rose”) Lisa Howard, Robert Cuccioli, Joshua Colley, Derek Klena and more, on each track. The title of the CD refers to the “next” phase of the characters’ lives, a theme explored in each song
Davis has presented concerts of his work widely across the U.S, London, Dublin and Australia. His critically lauded revue, PICTURE PERECT, made its London and Australian debut in 2013 after sold out runs in New York and Los Angeles. Cautiously Optimistic, Davis’s debut CD, was released in 2012 to great acclaim and featured Broadway luminaries including Tony© Winner, Faith Prince and Tony© Nominee, Liz Callaway. Several compositions from the recording, including “I Am” and “Ready to Fly,” are being licensed globally as show choir pieces. He is a Broadway World Award winner for his original song, “If We Say Goodbye.”
Davis has been a resident composer/musical director at Brooklyn Children’s Theatre since 2011. His work with autistic children is featured in the 2014 documentary, “Spectrum of Hope,” the story of 10 musical theater students, their families, and teachers as they travel from their special needs school in New York City’s Lower East Side to compete in the Junior Theater Festival in Atlanta, Georgia. where they performed “Aladdin.” With them, Scott composed the musical, “A Powerful Day.” A song from the show, “If the World Only Knew,” has been widely acknowledged for its strong social message.
“Sunday Show Tunes is excited to be expanding its brand by now producing live concerts with established and emerging musical theatre talents,” says Rejali. “Sunday Show Tunes is an Internet radio program that broadcasts out of Surrey England. The show was created by Paul Branch 2 years ago out of a desire to have a radio program that would cater to the ultimate musical theatre fan. The show broadcasts live every Sunday online from 4-6pm UK time and features celebrity guests from the West End, Fringe and Broadway.
This show is produced in collaboration with Executive Producer Maureen Rejali.