$40.00/$50.00/$60.00 Adv | $45.00/$55.00/$65.00 DOS
Doors 6pm | Show 7pm
Doors 9:30pm | Show 10:30pm
Guitarist Norman Brown splashed into the soul-jazz scene in 1992 as a recording artist for MoJazz and quickly went on to win substantial acclaim, beginning with his award-winning second album, After the Storm. Both Gavin and Soul Train named it Jazz Album of the Year, and After the Storm remained on the charts for more than two years. Suddenly critics drew comparisons to other astonishing jazz guitarists from the past such as George Benson and Wes Montgomery, and Brown became the toast of the soul-jazz crowd. Following the remarkable success of After the Storm, Brown continued to wow jazz listeners. His highly awaited follow-up, Better Days Ahead won the 1997 American Jazz Award for contemporary guitar and the album's title track became the most-added single in NAC history until that point. Following his flurry of successes at MoJazz, Brown moved to Warner Bros. in 1999, where he began focusing on the evolution of his still-evolving career. In 2003, he and his producer Paul Brown won Grammy Award for Best Pop Instrumental Album for Just Chillin'. This was followed by the 2005 release West Coast Coolin'.
During the summer of 2007, Brown had the No. 1 smooth jazz radio hit, Let's Take A Ride, as determined by Radio and Records magazine.
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Added by The Soiled Dove Underground on December 10, 2007