The kindness of a stranger, the curiosity of a musical ear, the faithful leap of a foolish heart all coalesced on a summer evening. It was the kind of stage you can’t build; the kind of show you can’t promote; the kind of timing that seconds, minutes, and hours do not dictate.
The Great Wide Divide is nothing more than a fortunate accident.
Separated by a handful of states and a lifetime of musical experiences, Tony Bernardo and Daniel Scott converged by chance one arid night. Uncovered was a fiery dynamic that propelled the rocket and nearly sank the ship. With time, Jay St. Angelo and Steve Zegray carried more miles into the equation, convening across counties fueled by a shared bond for honest, vibrant soundscapes.
What results is four artists with one vision: to connect hearts through music.