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The WDVX Blue Plate Special – 3/14 – Randy Steele / John Michael Ferrari / Ray Ligon

March 14 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

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Randy Steele is an award winning banjo pickin’ singer/songwriter from Chattanooga, Tennessee. His first solo album was released in early 2017 followed by an EP released in the summer of 2018. Both albums were met with critical acclaim and spotlights from dozens of music critics, including Relix Magazine, No Depression, and The Bluegrass Situation. In 2018 Steele won an Independent Music Award for Bluegrass ‘Song of the Year’ for “Mobile Soon” and was also selected as a Finalist in the New Song LEAF Songwriting Competition. Steele then spent 2019 hard on the road clocking in 90 shows in 17 states in 47 cities before being forced off the road by the 2020 Coronavirus Pandemic. 2022 started off with tours in South Carolina/Georgia and a summer full of full band and solo shows. Stay tuned for updates, new shows, and a new album soon!

John Michael Ferrari is a highly acclaimed singer-songwriter and entertainer who loves being on stage. He believes that there are no strangers in the audience and shares his emotional songs about life’s experiences with sophistication and childlike wonder. His latest single, “Music with You,” is all about his audience, and he hopes they can feel the love he has for them through his music. He writes emotional storytelling songs. He loves what he does. There is no place he’d rather be than on stage.

“There’s never a stranger in the audience.” – John Michael Ferrari

“Thank you to Nashville Music Awards for awarding me “Radio Artist of the Year” 2023.” – John Michael Ferrari

Named Crossover Artist of the Year by New Music Awards, John Michael pens crossover genre soft yacht rock pop country songs, sometimes with jazz, blues, or Motown influences. He arranges the music how he and his music producer, Pepper Jay, best think communicates the story. It’s the John Michael Ferrari genre about life’s experiences. John Michael splits his time between Nashville and on a ranch in Pahrump, Nevada.

Ray Ligon:  I uncovered my passion for music early on when my Dad bought me my first guitar. From that point on, I was hooked. Thus my journey began and I started song writing.

I followed my dream and began songwriting. I started my journey of learning the craft of songwriting and it continues to this day.

I find inspiration all around me. I try to make my music something that touches the heart of the listener. I love when folks are moved in an emotional way.




March 14
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
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