Paul Brown'Brother' Paul (* 1963 in Madison, WI) is a keyboardist and producer. Paul moved to Memphis, TN at the age of five where he lived until the death of his mother in 1975, Soon after Paul was eleven years old in Nashville living in a school for the homeless.
By age thirteen Paul Brown was being mentored and playing dates with country superstar Louise Mandrell and Dove award winning Christian artist Don Francisco and sponging styles ranging from Led Zeppelin and Pink Floyd to Parliament Funkedelic and Rap pioneers Sugar Hill. Since then, Paul’s list of artists performances and recordings have spanned the musical spectrum from Soul legends like Ann Peebles to Rock Icons like Jimi Jamison (Survivor).
He engineered and mixed blues legend Bobby Rush's critically acclaimed album Undercover Lover, which Living Blues dubbed one of the best Blues albums of the year and performed on the Grammy winning soundtrack for Martin Scorcese's film The Blues.
Playing over 280 tour dates a year and opening his brand new Ocean Soul Studios in Nashville, TN Paul Brown isn’t slowing down. He continues to instil over 30 years of styles and influences into his recordings and performances and is currently producing tracks on American Idol finalist Alexis Grace along with new releases on his dad/Colorado folk legend Roz Brown and Blues Legend Bobby Rush.
Live in Music City: Jimmie Smith Plays Jimmy Smith
Woodward Avenue Records WA1803
recorded live 2017 at The Rutlage in Nashville, TN/USA
Jimmie Smith, Hammond B-3 organ
Jim Alfredson, organ
Paul Brown, Hammond organ, piano
Jon-Paul Frappiér, trumpet
Chris Dunn, T-Bone
James DaSilva, guitar
Hamilton Hardin, bass
Marcus Finnie, drums
Chris West, vocals
Jeronn C. Williams II, vocals
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