310 Lenox Ave.
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Rated by Joonbug as “one of the best live performances from a new artist you will experience," singer-songwriter and performer Rachel Brown has received the praise of critics and tastemakers alike. Leading an eight-piece band that challenges audiences to remain in their seats, DailyCandy declared, “the hype is justified,” while Glamour.com, in reviewing her debut EP of original material wrote, “Her sensually soulful vocals carry the EP's captivating mélange of sounds – from Caribbean to hip-hop and world fusion – with uncanny ease, while conveying joy.”
Chosen by PENTHOUSE as its January ’14 Siren, Rachel Brown has quickly become one of New York City’s most sought-after entertainers. In addition to performing at Leonardo DiCaprio’s birthday bash, and at Lincoln Center for the triumphant Alvin Ailey opening night gala, Brown, a Harvard graduate and recipient of ASCAP Foundation and Songwriters Hall of Fame awards, held a 13-month weekly residency at famed NYC supper club The Darby. No stranger to New York Post’s Page Six
Sighting’s page, her audiences have included Jay-Z, Beyoncé, Robert DeNiro, Martin Scorsese, Rita Ora, Michael Jordan, Patrick Ewing and Mark Sanchez.
Celebrity fans include Wyclef Jean, John Stamos, Jaden Smith, Perez Hilton, and Prince Amukamara, all of who have tweeted their support.
Brown has opened for the likes of Mary J. Blige and Robin Thicke at Bermuda’s National Stadium, John Legend and Quincy Jones at the Bermuda Music Festival, Wynton Marsalis at a VIP Hamptons event, and has shared the stage numerous times with Wyclef Jean. Her song “Bumblebee” was licensed for a diamond ring commercial that was featured by Jay Leno in his opening monologue.
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