US — Thursday, November 12th, 2020 —
Pop musician Richard Smith-Beverly hopes to inspire Americans with his new single and music video “American Made”. Richard’s worked with musicians from all around the country on this single from Nashville to New York to Los Angeles.
The musicians you can hear on the record are Andrew Middleton (Guitar, Bass, & Drums), Nathaniel Wolkstein (Strings), Matt Giella (Horns), and Ethan Rose (Mixing & Mastering).”America Made” takes the listener on a delightful journey showcasing Richard’s well-crafted arranging skills, including crisp guitar, soaring strings, vibrant horns, rich and hypnotic backing vocals and of course Richard’s ethereal voice, which spans many octaves throughout the song. The new music video for “American Made” is available to view on YouTube.
Fans are raving, “I think this should be our new National Anthem. Beautiful & positive,” and “You sound great and singing all the vocals!! So nice!!”
Richard is currently putting the finishing touches on his new EP “American Made” which includes arrangements of classic patriotic songs as well as some original patriotic songs he penned himself. The music video for his latest track “American Made” is currently on YouTube and it’s garnering great feedback from fans. The patriotic EP entitled “American Made” is slated for release late November 2020.
“American Made” is Richard’s biggest production to date and is available for digital download on iTunes, Amazon, & Tidal. https://music.apple.com/us/album/american-made-single/1533663040
A Maryland native, Richard Smith-Beverly is a graduate of the Baltimore School for the Arts, where he frequently gave solo recitals and was a featured vocalist with the school’s choirs. He is a product of the Philadelphia school of musicians having studied with composers and musicians Chuck Butler, Rick Hall, Annette DiMedio, and Jeff Kern while attending the University of the Arts. While attending college, Richard’s songwriting was recognized numerous times with certificates from the Billboard Song Contest for his craftiness and songwriting ability. In Philadelphia, Richard performed as a featured artist at such venues as the Merriam Theatre, the Arts Bank, and the Rotunda, as well as with the University of the Arts school choir, jazz choir, and other local Acapella groups.