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7th Season of Dearborn Jazz on the Ave. East Downtown Dearborn will again host a signature event beginning July 8th The concerts are Wednesday evenings from 7:00 to 9:00 pm, free of charge and open to the public. Bring lawn chairs or blankets and stake out a good spot for great music in the Park. Several neighborhood restaurants at each concert who will be selling their food at booths in the Park. This is a family friendly event. Here is the schedule to mark your calendar, and please note that the concerts will be held RAIN OR SHINE JULY 8: Alexander Zonjic and Friends JULY 15: Marc Antoine with special guest Brian Simpson JULY 22: Jessy J JULY 29: 496 West and Dee Brown AUGUST 5: Charles and Gwen Scales AUGUST 12: Alexander Zonjic with the Motor City Horns and special guest Elan Trotman
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As one of the world's best kept secrets, Guitarist, Songwriter, Arranger, Producer &
Vocalist dee Brown is definitely one for whom you will take notice! He demonstrates
a sense of character that comes from deep spirituality and presents a musical entrée that is
appetizing and sweet.
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“From as far back as 2007, and the release of his debut recording ‘No Time To Waste’, I have followed the career of guitarist, songwriter, arranger and producer Dee Brown with interest. The follow-up, ‘A Little Elbow Room’ delivered the chart breaking single ‘True Reality’. It was co-written by Brown, Nate Harasim, Dezie McCullers Jr. and featured Darren Rahn on sax while looking to the future he is all set to mark his return to the recording studio with ‘Brown Sugar, Honey-Coated Love’ which will be out later in the year on Innervision Records. Although described in the advance publicity as being “foundationally inspired by Proverbs 27:7 which says, “A satisfied soul loathes the honeycomb, but to a hungry soul every bitter thing is sweet”, if the led single is anything to g by, those who find their music through a strictly secular route should fear not. Titled ‘Honeycomb’ it finds Brown re-united with sax-man Dezie McCullers Jr (who just happens to be the”