Bassist Earl Carter
Earl Carter is a Washington, DC-based guitarist, bassist and producer. In his earlier years, Carter secured a spot as a member of the platinum selling group, Experience Unlimited (commonly known as EU), where he recorded music for the soundtrack to the Spike Lee film Do The Right Thing. During the late nineties, Carter recorded guitar and bass tracks for multiple producers at Daddy's House in NYC for Shawn "Diddy" Combs' Bad Boy Entertainment record label.
Over the years, Carter has performed with many artists such as Marcus Johnson and Alyson Williams. He has also been a solo opening act for Parliament Funkadelic, Pieces of a Dream, Spyro Gyra, Bona Fide, and many others.
Carter performs regularly throughout the DC and Maryland area at venues like Blues Alley and Rams Head Onstage. He has also performed for The National Smooth Jazz Awards in San Diego, the Bermuda Jazz Festivals, the Ghana Jazz Festival, and many other televised concerts and festivals. He has been the featured performer for radio stations including: Majic 102.3, WJZW 105.9, WSMJ 104.3, and 95.9 FM. As a front man, Earl’s band, “The Carter Project" features other world-class musicians and consistently gives the audience a spectacular show. He recently completed his eighth personal CD project My Life In Your Hands which will be available in stores by January of 2016.
The concert is a part of the museum's Third Thursday series. $8 for members and $10 for non-members on the third Thursday of the month, enjoy late night admission to the galleries until 8pm and a live performance. The museum cafe offers soul food for purchase and cash bar to enjoy with the show. Doors at 5pm, show at 6pm. The Third Thursday series is sponsored by WEAA.