The Brighton Beat

The influences of the Brighton Beat include Afrobeat pioneer Felakuti to contemporary cutting-edge NYC Jazz, with a heavy dose of New Orleans brass band Funk. Since 2010, The Brighton Beat has been performing all over the East coast. They have developed a unique style that engages the audience, and is enjoyable for everyone. The Brighton Beat is known for its positive, upbeat, and danceable music. The band’s set includes instrumental songs with room for the horn section and audience to improvise. However, the show also often features guest vocalists, audience participation and group sing-alongs. The Brighton Beat are currently performing to support their critically acclaimed third full-length album “Hear and Now”, which is now available worldwide. They have opened for and performed alongside many amazing artists, such as Roy Hargrove and Femi Kuti. Many live performances have been a huge success in NYC, including at Joe’s Pub and The Brooklyn Bowl as well as Rockwood Music Hall and Club Bona-Fide. The band is thrilled to have built a strong following in New England. They were honored to be headliners at The Clayton jazz Fest and The Peekskill Jazz Fest. The Brighton Beat is home to the New England Conservatory, NYU and Broadway pit musicians. They also have top-call session players and musicians who are world-renowned. Each night, the result of their lifetime passion for music and entertainment is displayed on stage for everyone to see and be inspired. In today’s cultural climate, this passion, honesty, and positive music are essential. This family believes in the power and potential of music. from

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