Norman Brown

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Grammy award-winning contemporary Jazz/R&B superstar Norman Brown has sold over 2 million albums in his extraordinary career and virtually lives at the top of the Billboard Contemporary Jazz charts. His charisma and versatility afforded him the opportunity to collaborate with a cross-section of Jazz & R&B superstars including George Benson, Brian McKnight, Rick Braun, Kirk Whalum, Chante’ Moore, Jeff Lorber, Peabo Bryson, Boney James, Miki Howard, and Gerald Albright. Jazz Times Magazine touts him as “a culmination of Jimi Hendrix and George Benson with some of Wes Montogmery thrown in.” Allmusic raves that Brown is “one of contemporary jazz’s brightest lights...a master player and improviser.” Udiscover Music named him one of the top “50 Best Jazz Guitarists Of All Time.”

He initially rose to fame with 1992's Just Between Us, earning comparisons to his idols George Benson and Wes Montgomery. He has regularly reached the top echelon of Billboard's Contemporary Jazz Albums chart, issuing albums like 1994's After the Storm, 2002's Grammy-winning Just Chillin', and 2012's 24/7 with Gerald Albright. He scored two consecutive number one albums on the chart with 2017's Let It Go and 2019's Highest Act of Love

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