Paul Brown, two-time Grammy winning producer, vocalist, and guitarist, has joined forces with his wife of 40 years, Jacqui Brown, Author, stand up comic, life coach, and now singer-songwriter in her new endeavor as a recording artist.

Paul, after working for three decades with some of the most well known artist such as Luther Vandross, George Benson, Al Jarreau and Boney James to name a few, has released nine solo CDs of his own, including his most recent, Uptown Blues. Paul has been producing and co-writing with Jacqui on her first CD titled Love Love Love, a collection of eleven songs meant to inspire and to raise money that will be allocated towards scholarships for drug addicts needing rehab.

“It’s funny,” says Paul, “after being together all these years I never heard Jacqui sing until she wrote a song for our daughter called Somebody’s Child, which led to this project being released on Woodward Avenue Records this summer. The single entitled Why Oh Why hit the radio in May of 2019, landing her in the top 100 on the smooth jazz chart, with nearly every other cut on the CD being played across the board on Blues, Americana, and Country stations across the world.

“We are honored to be compared to Les Paul and Mary Ford by several industry friends, and we hope to live up to their legend. We will be performing together as PB&J in a city near you.”

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