the wild women don't have the blues

The Club
February 5, 2007
Monday at 8:00pm
Tickets $15

Maxine Brown, Beverly Crosby & Ella Garrett

Musical Direction by Toya
Musicians: Toya, Jeff Anderson, Sipho Kunene
Video Edit & Direction by Emmanuel Hill
Photography by Emmanuel Hill

The legendary Rhythm and Blues Hall of Fame recording artist, Maxine Brown, whose recordings of "All In My Mind," "Funny" and "Oh No Not My Baby" made her a star on the R&B circuit, has also brought out her love and passion for music to become a songstress of the blues.

Crosby, who performs with "Stuff," led by Gordon Edwards, has a bluesy-gospel voice which triggers in her listeners the spiritual meaning and readiness of enjoyment. It's her love for the music business that keeps her motivated and constantly on the road. Crosby currently work with the Legendary Ben E. King.

Garrett has performed with many well-known acts, including a group called the El-Jims, which included her husband, the legendary Motown bassist, Jimmy Garrett. Garrett can scat out a mean tune with her sultry voice to accent the brass section with any band or orchestra.

Collectively, they have come together to bring you their unique styles in full harmony.

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