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Debut: TWO MUSICIANS. TWO DEBUTS. ONE SPECTACULAR EVENING

@ Ecumenical Theological Seminary, 2930 Woodward, Detroit MI 48201
Richard Lee Sparks’ debut album, “The Chocolate Hotel,” is a collection that tells the story about Eddie Trolinkov, a Russian pianist who builds a chocolate hotel to cope with the loss of his wife and daughter. “The Chocolate Hotel,” is also slated to become a live theater event. Brandon Grafius’ guitar and banjo playing adds to the flexibility and style of the music he creates. He pens a song of heartfelt thoughts and feelings from personal experience, reaching out to others to connect. “Another Door,” is his first solo effort of original songs and music.

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