Jason Brown

Jason Brown


Brown is a seasoned musician far beyond his years! The original songs of his alto sax, moves the listener who is surprised by his vocal expertise and guitar licks! In a smooth, laid back confidence, Jason Brown is the next rising star remaining in the constellation for decades!


This band is an unusual eclectic mix of musicians from various genres. The drummer and percussionist have played with a Salsa band, the keyboardist with various bands and genres and the bass player who is also a singer, has vast experience with jazz, R&B and old time pop.

Jason Brown's influence began at age 13 when his father died and his mom captured his attention with an old saxophone which he learned to play on his own. He played in churches for many years, recording his first CD at age 16, having never had a music lesson, nor knowing how to read notes! He played in local clubs in San Diego beginning three years ago with Calvin Romance & Quiet Storm (jazz), Earl Thomas (blues), opening for Everette Harp, Paul Taylor, Pamela Williams, Bruce Bruce (BET) and was the first African American to play the National Anthem at the new Petco Park for a Padre baseball game! The Jason Brown Band was just formed a little over six months, performing at the Del Mar Fair in June!


Jason Brown's first CD was released as a demo of church music at age 16, which sold in churches all over Southern California. His next Cd released in November 2003, titled "Sing & Play" with 10 gospel jazz songs, mostly originals, received airplay on three local gospel radio stations, selling in four local Christian book stores, selling over 2000 copies to date. His newest CD, "Jason Brown, All Around Town" a completely original jazz/R&B CD with 13 songs will release July/Aug of this year. It is an amazing mixture of moving instrumentals and "love" vocals!

Set List

Keep Workin'
This Love
The Journey
Livin' the Dream
Jason Brown, All Around Town
I Want You to Know
Love Is
I Do
Stuck in Traffic

Mr. Magic
Oyay Como Va
I Feel Good
Electric Slide
Brick House
Stormy Monday
You Send Me
Moon Dancing