Christopher Brown writes intelligent songs that unravel with the depth and sophistication of four minute novellas.
“I can laugh now but it took some time”, he confesses in the haunting 'Great Unknown' from his most recent release, THE BROWN ALBUM. This is a seasoned artist taking stock of his life’s journey --victories and defeats, good days and bad -- with offhand insight and humor. It’s no wonder that Phil Ciganer, owner of the Towne Crier Café in Beacon, New York, who has presented the greatest singer-songwriters of a generation, says “Christopher Brown stands with the best of them".
A working musician in the Greater New York City region for 40 years, Christopher Brown has built a legacy that endures. Whether he’s performing by himself or supported by his gifted band, Brown wins over audiences without gimmicks or bluster. He has an organic stage presence. All he needs are his honeyed rumble of a voice and an unteachable ability to make any song – a cool cover or a self-penned meditation on the passage of time – sound genuine and of the moment.
Chris will be performing songs from his two 2019 CDs releases, DOTS, which dropped in January and THE BROWN ALBUM in September, along with choice selections from his extensive catalogue.
The band will be:
Peter Calo - guitar
Lou Bellofatto - keyboards
Mike Marble - drums
Eddie Denise - bass