David Wyatt Sr. (Quiet Wyatt) A keyboardist that transcends musical categories. Native to California, the thoughtful, down-to-earth musician was born into a musical legacy in the Central Valley. Growing up as the "youngest" in a family of musicians, David was exposed to and transfixed by all kinds of music. His talent was recognized early. Today, his keyboard versatility includes the worlds of pop, funk, fusion, blues, and jazz. David rose rapidly through the ranks at a young age. The private gospel music lessons as an 8-yr-old included teachers such as Johnny Salantino and Jerry Carr. At the age of 15, he joined a gospel group called THE SUPREME JUBILEES that toured from California to Texas. During college, David founded and directed one of the Central Valleys top R&B, Jazz, and Blues groups, BLACK FUR. While pursuing his career as a professional musician, David relocated to the San Francisco Bay Area where he enrolled in the radio broadcasting program and was known as DJ BROTHER D on KFJC. David has performed professionally with artists such as Isaac Hayes, Chaka Khan, Ronnie Beck, Lady Bo, Jeff Henry, and Pete Escovito, JC Smith Band, Dennis Dove, Demetrius Collins, William Barnett, and Duane Goldberg.