Aaron Parnell Brown w/ Imani Roach / Allison Polans / Ashley Phillips

Aaron Parnell Brown w/ Imani Roach / Allison Polans / Ashley Phillips

Sat 5/13

8:00 pm

$8.00 - $10.00

Aaron Parnell Brown
The New Voice of Philly Soul, Aaron Parnell Brown presents

The 2015 #WhatisSoul Concert Series

In Celebration of the Release Of His New Album - The Tin Man

Join Aaron Parnell Brown and Special Guests

for the Music of Stevie, Michael, Prince and Marvin

presented in the most soulful way. All proceeds from the concerts, including album sales of The Tin Man, will go to Better Tomorrows' Sports for Success Program which helps youth achieve success in school and in life through the teamwork, discipline, and power of sports.

The Concert Series Will Honor the Kings of Soul, Funk and Pop:

May 9 - Stevie Wonder

July 11 - Michael Jackson and Prince

November 6 - Marvin Gaye



Aaron Parnell Brown (formerly Aaron & The Spell)'s bold sensitivity as a vocalist and performer has garnered him favorable comparisons to Donny Hathaway, Stevie Wonder, and John Legend. The Philadelphia based artist draws from his hometown's distinguished heritage of Philly Soul, while at the same time incorporating influences from great songwriters such as John Lennon, Paul McCartney, and James Taylor. His captivating solo acoustic performances and incendiary full-band outings have helped him build an impressive profile among audiences and critics alike. The past few years have seen Brown win the 2014 Soul Artist of the Year Award in Philadelphia, win an Independent Music Award for his song "A Beating Heart," kick-off WXPN's acclaimed XPoNential Festival (featuring artists such as Wilco, Bob Dylan, Beck, Lake Street Dive, and Jose James), and be named as one of NPR Music's 10 Artists You Should Have Known in 2012. Bruce Warren, WXPN Program Director, raves: "Singer-songwriter Aaron (Parnell) Brown is an exciting new name to add to the lineage of the city's expressive and emotionally intense soul singers."



Better Tomorrows is a non-profit supporting communities and empowering residents of affordable housing. Since starting in 1989, Better Tomorrows has grown to now serve over 40,000 residents at 121 sites in 18 states across the country. The core of Better Tomorrows' service delivery model is an on-site social services coordinator embedded within each community who facilitates comprehensive supportive services aimed at promoting educational success, fostering healthy lifestyles, achieving economic independence stability, and building strong communities.

http://www.bettertomorrows.org/
Venue Information:
Bourbon and Branch
705 North 2nd Street
Philadelphia, PA, 19123
http://bourbonandbranchphilly.com/

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