Daryl Boudreaux is a percussionist, singer, songwriter, and a member of the Grammy Award-winning Sounds of Blackness. A Twin Cities Musicians Union (TCMU) member, he also serves as percussionist at Saint Peter’s African Methodist Episcopal Church in Minneapolis. He began playing music in junior high school with classmate Prince Nelson (the Artist formerly known as “Prince”) and later joined forces with Jimmy “Jam” Harris. He has performed with The Steeles, Bruce Henry, Jody Watley, T. Mychael Rambo, Ronnie Laws, Mint Condition, Ann Nesby, Parliment Funkadelic, the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra and the Minnesota Orchestra.
Boudreaux’s current projects include the McKnight Theater Artist Fellowship Works in Progress series “What’s Going On,” produced by T. Mychael Rambo, and the Schubert Club’s “Adventure to New Classical,” written by J.D. Steele. His past stage credits include productions at the Guthrie, Penumbra and Chanhassen theaters. He also is a voice actor whose voice can be heard on Bud Light Golden Wheat commercials and in Disney's animated film The Legend of John Henry.