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KCRW’s Sound Bites with Bryant Terry & Don Bryant
May 27, 2021 • 7:00 pm PDT
Hey food and music friends! Were you there for KCRW’s kick off of our Sound Bites series last month? How much did we love hearing Anne Litt and Evan Kleiman talk to Roy Choi and John Gourley about the importance of community support in the food and music industry? Well, get ready for #2! We’ve got the dynamic uncle/nephew duo: award-winning vegan chef, author, and activist Bryant Terry, and Grammy-nominated Memphis soul veteran Don Bryant in conversation with Evan and Anne on Thursday, May 27th at 7:00 p.m. PDT.
Both Don and Bryant love good story-telling. In 1974, Don moved from the mic to the pen, writing his hit top-of-the-charts song, “I Can’t Stand the Rain,” sung by his wife, Ann Peebles. He has now come back to recording music, at the age of 79, earning himself a Grammy nomination in 2020 for his outstanding blues album You Make Me Feel. Meanwhile, his nephew and fellow writer, Bryant, has a James Beard award and has earned critical success with his NAACP Image Award-winning vegan cookbook Vegetable Kingdom released last year during the pandemic.
In partnership with the All-New Toyota Mirai, Sound Bites is a three-part virtual event series happening once a month in April, May and June, focusing on the ever-evolving and intertwined worlds of food and music. Come be part of these intimate conversations and leave with the inside scoop and your questions answered! Can’t wait to see you — from our Zoom window to yours.
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