Bassist Brandon Brown Talks Playing For The Jacksons, Stevie Wonder, More For Jammcard’s ‘How I Got The Gig’ Series

By |2016-02-15T16:26:15+00:00February 15th, 2016|Categories: News, R&B News|Tags: , , |0 Comments

The forthcoming music community Jammcard launched their “How I Got The Gig Series,” where background singers and musicians tell the stories of how they got their big break to perform with some of music’s biggest stars.

In their latest episode, bassist Brandon Brown talks with Elmo Lovano about working as musical director for The Jacksons. He also has collaborated with Boyz II Men, Isaac Hayes, TLC, and more. His resume is beefy; he’s even played bass on Three Six Mafia’s Academy Award-winning “Hard Out Here For A Pimp”!

Upcoming episodes feature Adrian Eccleston (Drake) and Miles Mosley (Lauryn Hill, Kamasi Washington, Gnarles Barkley). Also check out Jammcard’s interview with background singer/songwriter Brenda Lee Eager HERE.

Listen to Mr Brown tell his amazing story:

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