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Jul 2, 2021

Musicians in Bathrooms featuring The Nicest Guys in the World

Celebrate Hilton Head Magazine

Photography By

M.KAT Photography
Musicians: Gary Pratt & Jevon Daly

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What’s your sign?
Jevon Daly: My sign is Aries, duh… fyre fest
Gary Pratt: Leo

Most underrated song that, in your opinion, should be a classic:
JD: “Sharks are our Homies”
GP: “Camarillo Brillo” by Zappa

Biggest compliment you’ve ever gotten from a fan?
JD: A kid once told me “Sharks are our Homies” (“SAOH” henceforth).
GP: “You make it look easy.”—from a fellow entertainer

What is your favorite piece to perform?
GP: “Peanut Butter and Jellyfish”
What do you sing in the shower?
JD: I don’t sing in the shower.
GP: “After the Lovin’” by Egelbert Humperdink

Favorite cereal?
JD: Granola—LOLA ola
GP: Special K Fruit and Yogurt

At what venue do you most like to perform?
JD: I don’t really have one—luv ’em all.
GP: The world-famous Tiki Hut

Most requested song at shows?
JD: Hmmm … “Drunk on Daufuskie” in Bluffton. On HHI? Probably “SAOH” or “Brown Eyed Girl” or “Scarlet Begonias” or “Freebird” or, or, or…
GP: “Sharks Are Our Homies” by Just Jevon

First concert you attended?
JD: I saw Johnny Winter in ’88 at The Old Post Office with my parents—life-changing.
GP: James Taylor

Favorite artist?
JD: So Lange
GP: Kiss, Queen, Cheap Trick

Place you go to get away from it all?
JD: I go shark teeth hunting to get peace.
GP: My couch

Do you tweet, gram or book? What’s your handle?
JD: Insta and FBook—jevondaly
GP: Gram and Book a little; just look for Gary Pratt.

Who would star as you in the epic retelling of your life on film?
JD: Make my son Pierce do it.
GP: Stanley Tucci in high heels

First instrument you learned to play?
JD: I played saxophone from 11-19 years of age.
GP: Kazoo

Song you were thrilled to finally master?
JD: You don’t master songs. You think you do until you play ’em live.
GP: “All My Toys Make Noise,” by Lowcountry Boil

What do you wish you knew more about?
JD: I wish I knew more about how to think before I speak—need more hours on the planet to try and do that. I do kinda feel that most of the things I blurt out tend to be funny. Some things I say might sound snarky or maybe even mean if you don’t know me. Does anyone out there really know anyone though? I think I know my dad pretty well. I would also like to get to know myself better—slow down and really find out what I like and don’t like, maybe have dinner with myself and ask myself a few really pressing questions. But I’d probably just turn the dinner into a jokey time.
GP: Why are we here?

What animal do you most identify with?
JD: Probably a chihuahua
GP: The elephant

If you got super-famous and had to change your name, what would your new name be?
JD: I’d probably change my name to John Smith.
GP: Mack Pratty, Pratty Mack

What famous musician would you love to sing a duet with?
JD: Maybe one day I could sing a duet with Shannon Tanner or Gregg Russell. But def not in public. They’re famous, right?
GP: Bon Scott 

Where to see them play:
Mondays: The Dunes House from 5-8pm
Thursdays: Captain Woodys (Bluffton) from 6-9pm

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