We are Evening Peace
Life will always provide you with a personal soap opera. First, we have our own aspects of life we must deal with, and then the media hits us with every possible dreadful event that is going on in the world.
Our group is dedicated to recording and performing music that touches your heart, your Soul, your funny bone, and your inspirational spirit, so that at the end of the day, when you need something to help you feel better, we offer you Evening Peace.
Based out of New York City,
Evening Peace consistently produces music that pushes the boundaries of just how healing—yet at the same time exciting—music can be.
Founder, Composer, Lead Singer / Art Davis
Lead Guitar / Monty Renov
Songstress / Cherette White
Keyboardist / Rick Ulfik
Thu., August 23, 2018 at 4:00 p.m. — Evening Peace LIVE at Central Park Bandshell
Live vocal and instrumental music with original compositions, beautiful renditions of standards, and humor. The NYC Parks Department is offering this concert as a token of their generosity by granting FREE ADMISSION to the general public.
This show will be performed by the inspirational group, #EveningPeace, at the Central Park Naumburg Bandshell, located at Terrace Dr. near W 72nd St, New York, NY 10019, the iconic outdoor amphitheater famous for its concerts which have been presented for over 100 years.
Sat., November 18, 2017 at 7 p.m. — Evening Peace LIVE at Neir's Tavern
Our audience was treated to live vocal and instrumental music consisting of original compositions, beautiful renditions of standards, and humor. The audience also had the opportunity to experience pleasant relaxation techniques from the author's book, "Success From Serenity—Making Your Nervous System Work For You." Our show was performed by our inspirational group, Evening Peace, at the landmark tavern, Neir's, where the famous bar scene from "Goodfellas" was filmed. Remarkably, Neir's is also the establishment in which the iconic Mae West got her start.
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Written as a template for a way of life that can work for everyone, for a civilized world. My hope, in writing the song, was also to positively influence young minds who might otherwise find it "romantic" to pick up arms and destroy innocent lives.
While seeming to be about a football player, on a broader scale, the song is a metaphor for life, asking what we personally hold dear.
Written as an inspirational piece that encourages us to look to those experiences of ours which have uplifted us for our support, rather than dwelling on temporary disappointments.
Before being deployed in the US Army, Art Davis composed this song. There it went "viral." By popular demand he sang it all over the base; and it was requested by his barracks buddies every night. So a bit of Retro for you.
A deeply inspirational and moving song by Ervin Drake and Jimmy Shirl, who also wrote the iconic I Believe; and Ervin wrote It Was A Very Good Year, among many other classics.
This interpretation of the song expresses an ambivalence with regard to remaining with a woman, while being pulled by the freedom of the wild goose.
A famous classic love song by Sammy Fain (music) and Irving Kahal (lyrics), this is our Evening Peace rendition of this beautiful, ethereal ballad.
This great classic song written by Charles Trenet (music and French lyrics), and Albert Beach (English lyrics) has always been done as a solo. However, my thought about it was, "What about the recipient of the lyric, 'My breaking heart and I agree that you and I could never be'?" In our rendition by our illustrious Evening Peace songstress, later in the song the fellow to whom she's singing ruefully accepts the notion that their love can only go so far, but wants to continue to retain a dear friendship with her.