Phillip Carter held his second DMV Singers and Musicians Fellowship on Monday, Jusly 3 at Southern Friendship Baptist Church in Temple Hills, MD. It was a great time of food, music and fellowship, similar to the first event in January. If you didn’t get an opportunity to attend, here’s what you missed!
Musician Howard Watson tickled the ivories when he sat down at the piano. Watson had the room mesmerized as he adroitly maneuvered each key and seamlessly moved from “If I can Help Somebo” to “All of My Help.”
Jarvis Smith shared about the dangers of not using social media wisely. He gave examples of the misuse of Facebook live, posting before thinking and claiming attendance at high profile events/conferences.
Tanya Dallas sang her hit, “Intimate With You” which led to a standing ovation. Dallas-Lewis is scheduled to release her new album shortly.
P.J. Morgan gave the attendees a lot to think about when he brought a poweful word about growing where planted. He likened the musicians relationship with others to the differenced between an oak tree and a redwood tree. While the oak is tall with very deep roots, it can be easily uprooted. However redwood trees are interconnected by their roots and therefore able to stand stronger because of that connection.
It was another great event filled with networking and knowledge. The next DMV Singers and Musicians Fellowship is scheduled for January 2018.
Here’s a look at some of the folks who came out on Monday evening.