Saxophonist, producer, songwriter/composer, Daryl Beebe received his Bachelor of Arts from Kentucky State University. He was a member of the University jazz, concert and marching bands. During his undergraduate studies, Beebe began to focus on songwriting, production, improvisation, and poetry. Later, he received a Master of Arts and Master of Education degrees from the University of Cincinnati. He has performed and recorded with artist such as Kurt Carr, Derrick Brinkley, Karen Clark, Marcus Belgrave, Teddy Harris, James Carter, Jerry Horton and Donnie McClurkin, Vicki Winans, Martha Reeves, Wynton Marsalis, Kurt Karr, and Kirk Whalum.
In 2002, Daryl along with his good friend Harry Patton released their debut album, The Covenant Project. The energetic gospel jazz group, Partners in Christ. The project is an exciting mix of jazz, Latin, gospel, and other influences. The group followed up with their 2010 CD entitled “Called.”
Beebe was influenced greatly by his father Roy Beebe and his music teacher, Dr. Limuel Dokes, who not only taught music, but also helped build character, as well as musicianship.
Beebe has been featured on DetroitGospel.com, Gospelflava.com, the morning news with Channel 4 WDIV in Detroit, the Motor City Praisefest, TCT, CTN, WDRJ 1440, Mix 92.3, and WJLB FM 98. Daryl is known for his rich melodious sound on Tenor and his ability to wow audiences with his incredible tone on Alto. In 2016, Beebe released his CD, Sonny Side Up. Now Beebe is following up with the full CD, The Daryl Beebe Project - Seasons Change. His new realease is an eclectic work filled with soul storing selections that will soothe the soul. Daryl is endoursed with Sax Dakota Saxophones and looks forward to a productive future the company.