Richard Dunn started his journey working with his grandfather, J. Lowell Ware, who owned the community newspaper Atlanta Voice. The thought out of college was to be a teacher and basketball coach, but music was his passion. He went on to manage soul artist India Arie, and now providing music lovers progressive soul concerts in the southeast.
“I am the direct beneficiary of the ripple effects of the civil rights movement. I grew up seeing African American be prosperous, developing their own businesses, and really having a strong influence on the community.“