EVERETT B WALTERS FEATURING THE BROWN BROTHERS

 Guitarist, Michael Everett Brown and Bassist, Harold Walter Brown III, two brothers from the south side of Chicago are the founders and driving force behind the jazz/funk group Everett B. Walters.

"It's for the love of music" is the new EP of brand new long awaited music with new member Audley Reid on saxes !! You are in for a treat !! Classical guitar , smooth keys and funky basses and pocket drums !!

Coming off their TV music debut, 
Under the direction of music Producer and director Kurt Farquhar American Soul Episode 6 laying down some funky grooves !! 

Just Listen, Early Morning Dr, Long Road Home, Catching the H train, Ferry Ride and Always High Reaching" are the other CDs and and must have for your collection . From the funky bass grooves, to the smooth guitar and a few rock guitar solos, to some Smooth Vocal Stylings. These CDs are special! Also joining them again on drums is Mike White.

Growing up in Chicago, the Brown brothers started their career in the Chicago Vocational Music Program, but it was neighborhood friend Tom Washington (Tom-Tom 84) who recorded and arranged with super group Earth, Wind and Fire and many others that influenced them most. After high school they performed regularly around the Chicago area at community events, private events and clubs including the infamous Cotton Club and The Click. The Brown brothers also had the opportunity to open for the late Bernie Mac. In the early 90’s Michael and Harold left Chicago, headed to Las Vegas and soon begin performing regularly. 

Stanley Small aka (Duayne Stanley), a creative songwriter, arranger, producer and vocal performer, is a self taught keyboardist who also plays saxophone, drums and percussion. He is originally from the mid-western city of Wichita, Kansas where he fronted various cover bands before relocating to Las Vegas in 1991 to further pursue his music career. Stanley is also the third member of the song writing team. 

Notable Live Performances; Artisan Hotel,Las Vegas, Nv., 
City of Lights Jazz and R&B Festival Las Vegas Nv; Headlined with Fattburger, Everette Harp, Lenny Williams, Will Downing and Euge Groove; Country Club Hills Theater Chicago, Illinois; Opened for Boney James, After 7 and Boyz to Men; The Backyard at Green Valley Ranch Pool Jazz Series, Las Vegas, Nevada; Montalago Village Jazz on the Lakes Summer Jazz Series, Lake Las Vegas; Oasis After Work Escape, Green Valley Ranch Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada; Free Jazz Orleans Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada; The National Bar Association Annual Convention, Las Vegas, Nevada. 

Winners of the Akademia Music Awards for "Best Jazz Instrumental Song"- Warm August Night" Dec. 2015 "Best Jazz Album" for "Catching The H Train" -Feb.2016

 Review from Jazzcorner.com:

While the band's sound is original and unmistakably one-of-a-kind, it is safe to say that fans of artists such as Stevie Wonder, Herbie Hancock, and Miles Davis will enjoy this artist's music, particularly "For the Love of Music". 

Review from Nataly's Corner;

" It's diverse, vibrant and catchy, yet it retains a lot of depth and an undeniable look for great songwriting and high quality music.The title of this amazing release says it all. It's not about the fame or making it big. It's just all about pursuing the joy of creating; "That sheer love of music that makes it all worthwhile........

 

With a heavy heart we announce the passing of 2 of our brothers,

Thomas Eastlin former drummer 

Eduardo Morales Sr percussionist

"They will be truly missed"

 

 

 

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