Eban Brown (ex-The Stylistics)
Fri 6th Mar 2020 @ 7:30 pm£25
PLEASE NOTE – this is an unreserved seated show, seat choice on a first come first served basis.
The Stylistics have only ever had two lead vocalists in their 49 year career, Russell Thompkins Junior, who left the group in 2000 and Eban Brown, who took over from Russell and was with the group for 18 years
until he departed in 2018.
Hailing from Newark, NJ, Harold Eban Brown is a world-renowned guitarist, composer and singer. Eban began playing guitar and singing with several gospel groups by age seven and as he became older his interest in studying jazz guitar was influenced by Wes Montgomery, George Benson, David T. Walker, Larry Carlton, Grant Geissman, George Duke, and Bobby Caldwell. It was during this time that Eban Brown, realized another gift, that of songwriter.
In 1991, Eban Brown became the lead vocalist for his idol artist group RAY, GOODMAN & BROWN (better known as The MOMENTS). Although Eban was originally chosen to sign on as the group’s guitarist, instead, he was instantly moved to the frontline to sing with his idol group. Later Eban would become a member of the one time Grammy-Award winning group; The MANHATTANS (featuring Gerald Alston and Blue Lovett).
In April 2000, with great anticipation, Eban Brown became the lead vocalist of the world-renowned STYLISTICS, following Mr. Russell Thompkins Jr., the original lead vocalist.
Expect to hear all the classic hits including “You Are Everything”, “Betcha By Golly, Wow”, “I’m Stone In Love With You”, “Rockin’ Roll Baby”, “You Make Me Feel Brand New”, “Let’s Put It All Together”, “Star On A TV Show”, “Sing Baby Sing”, “Can’t Give You Anything(But My Love)”, “ Na-Na Is The Saddest Word”, “Can’t Help Falling In Love” and “Sixteen Bars”.