Robert Davi's sexy 'Day In, Day Out' fans the flames on 'Criminal Minds' Feb 8

Actor and recording artist Robert Davi's steamy version of 'Day In, Day Out' will light the fires of desire on the February 8 episode of "Criminal Minds" on CBS.
Feb. 8, 2012 - PRLog -- •  Davi's hot, modern-day version of 'Day In, Day Out' will be featured on the February 8 episode of CBS' "Criminal Minds"

•  Davi will perform 'Day In, Day Out' and other classic songs from his critically-acclaimed album during a live, three-night engagement at The Venetian Las Vegas February 23, 24, 25

LOS ANGELES, CA -- In what promises to serve as a further boost to the expanding popularity of actor Robert Davi's sensual rendition of a famous classic tune, the producers of “Criminal Minds” have chosen to feature 'Day In, Day Out' during the opening sequences of the CBS crime drama on February 8.

The passionate song, first published in 1939, is one of a dozen selections on Davi's critically-acclaimed debut album, titled “Davi Sings Sinatra: On the Road to Romance.” Backed by a full, electrifying orchestra and recorded at Capitol Records in Hollywood, Davi was able to stay true to the song's original intentions by delivering to perfection the thrilling allure of eroticism.

“Criminal Minds,” starring Shemar Moore, Matthew Gray Gubler and Joe Mantegna, follows the lives of an FBI behavioral analysis unit as it sets out to solve violent crimes by delving into the psychological aspects of both the victim and the unknown perpetrator. It is a demanding job that affects, in varied degrees, the investigators' intimate lives.

Davi is no stranger to “Criminal Minds,” which continues to attract arousing numbers for its network. In 2010, the award-winning actor/writer/director was invited to guest-star on the highly-rated primetime show, portraying a detective in two episodes.

By 2011, Davi – one of the more recognizable entertainers in the world – decided to broaden his burgeoning career in the entertainment industry by returning with gusto to his first love – singing.

Although Davi has seduced live audiences with the magic of his music in prominent venues and on news and entertainment shows nationwide, this marks the first time the opera-trained thespian will lend his striking talent as a noted recording artist to “Criminal Minds,” which has entered its seventh season.

The development and uptick of such true-to-life TV procedural programs have led credence to Davi's provocative contributions to television and syndicated programming.

Davi's combustible starring role as Bailey Malone in the “Profiler” television series smoothed the pathway for such hits as “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation,” “Without a Trace,” and “Law & Order: Criminal Intent.”

On the February 8 episode ('Snake Eyes') of “Criminal Minds,” members of the special FBI unit test their luck at an Atlantic City casino. After a row with her boyfriend, Garcia – played by Kirsten Vangsness – thinks she may have gotten a bit too cozy with Shemar Moore's character.

While Davi's seductive music sets the tone for a steamy installment of “Criminal Minds,” concert-goers and casino enthusiasts in real life are now honing in on The Venetian Las Vegas, where Davi will headline a heart-pounding three-night engagement February 23, 24 and 25.

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Sharon Raiford Bush is a multi-award-winning journalist. She has produced for ABC, NBC, CBS, FOX, the Los Angeles Times, CashBox magazine and a number of magazines and trade publications.
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