Lorraine Brown & Gary Guthman Quartet in concert
From the moment Lorraine Brown steps on to the stage, there is an energy to her performance that enraptures the audience. From Jazz, Soul, Rhythm and Blues to the greatest hits from the 60's and 70's (her specialty), her dynamic voice soars above the clouds. Reminiscent of such greats as Aretha Franklin, Dianna Ross, Whitney Houston, her presentation is simply electric!
Lorraine Brown - Vocalist
Gary Guthman – Trumpet/ Flugelhorn
Filip Wojciechowski - Piano
Pawel Panta - El. and Acoustic Bass
Cezary Konrad - Drums
Show's song titles:
Motown Medley, As Long As He Needs Me, The Best Thing, Can't Buy Me Love, Pot Of Gold, Best Kept Secrets, Get Ready, River Deep
An absolutely wonderful, charismatic lady with a sensational voice and dazzling talent, she lives to perform. Her charisma and passion shine through every word of every song she sings. As a highly polished solo performer on stage, T.V, recording and international cabaret, her rich and powerful, soulful voice is fully deserving of standing ovations.
She has performed for audiences throughout the world and indeed for members of the British Royal Family in London, England. Lorraine’s versatility along with her various vocal styles have seen her secure a record deal with a worldwide major record label and as a result she can be heard on over 35 different albums worldwide.
In 2005 Stock Aitken and Waterman's Hit Factory proved Lorraine’s versatility with a very different style as she supplied the amazing vocals on the massive dance track "Hypnotic Erotic Games" which went on to reach No.1 in ALL the main dance charts and was included in compilations by "Ministry of Sound" ," Hed Kandi" and "Tokyo project".
In 2007 her status was confirmed as that of an international star when she received a standing ovation at the America’s Cup in Valencia and at the Wieliczka World Heritage Site in Krakow.
"Lorraine Brown has enjoyed a highly successful career simply doing what she does best. Long may it continue as she always brings the house down. With a voice like hers, she must be used to it!"
The London Sunday Times