Universal Jazz Artist Edward Brown III Gives The Jazz Network Worldwide a "Sneak Peek" of his Upcoming CD Release "Evening Breeze" Scheduled for November 15th!

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Edward J. Brown III has been coined a “universal artist” because of his ability to play many styles of music warrants this monicker and has certainly etched his mark performing Classical, Jazz, Smooth Jazz, Latin Jazz, Calypso, R&B, and Gospel for thirty plus years.

Your dream and talent are gifts from God, our job is to make it happen ~ Edward Brown III

Edward Brown III is making some authentic moves on his musical journey. His new CD "Evening Breeze" scheduled for release November 15th is taking a new angle with the many styles of music that he so joyously blends together to create his signature sound. His specialty is that he is ready for any musical setting for he wants to show his audience that he has many roads to conquer with these abilities. This new angle on his CD "Evening Breeze" will open many roads for for his audience to expand utilizing his mutti-dimentional flavors that will create an international audience.

Born and raised Los Angeles, he had the opportunity to have private lessons with world renowned artist Henry Butler and recording artist Billy Childs which led him to the seat as lead pianist at Crenshaw Christian Center in Los Angeles for twelve years as well as utilizing his classical training with its chorale choir. His original training started with classical piano while at Cerritos College and Dominguez University.

Edward's first solo project “DREAM” was a labor of love for he wore all the hats, he composed, produced and engineered the project. His versatility continues with his upcoming CD entitled "Evening Breeze" which will focus on his straight ahead jazz chops. Edward brings a wealth of versatility to his performances and enjoys utilizing his theory and composition training in his state of the art digital studio and looks forward to discovering and producing other artists as well.

Brown's musical journey comprised of touring with The Rose Brothers, opening for New Edition and Doug-E-Fresh in the early eighties as well as working at all the surrounding local jazz venues. Becoming entrenched in the theatre scene he worked with producer Tim Story as well as Debbie Allen, James Ingram and Keith Andes in the musical, “The Bayou Legend”, as a lead keyboardist and composer.

"Be sure to listen to "Brazil" a sneak-peek of Edwards up-coming CD project "Evening Breeze" along with his current CD "Dream" showcased on The Jazz Network Worldwide, for it will continue to give you the chance to explore the myriad of his musical expressions" says Jaijai Jackson, creator of the social network.

Edward’s greatest desire is to perform and create at the highest level of excellence in all music genres. Be sure to go to http://www.thejazznetworkworldwide.com to enjoy his feature as well as Edward's website http://www.ebrownmusic.com to listen and to learn more, In addition, to hear Edward on Pandora with his own radio station go to http://www.pandora.com/music/artist/edward+brown+3


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