Dee Brown is available for festivals, fairs, TV
appearances and interviews.
Diamant Entertainment Group
By the time he founded the group Foreplay, Jazz guitarist Dee Brown was already a polished
artist, earning a solid reputation playing venues in Detroit. Foreplay drew the attention of
producer Quincy Jones but Brown branched out in a different direction.
Brown formed the group One Wish, whose style was patterned after Boyz II Men and Silk. The
trio released its first album on the TRC record label titled I Feel Like Getting Romantic. The
single Tell Me Why became One Wish’s first top 100 recording in the Rhythm and Blues
category. The group was also nominated for a Nashville music award, and Tell Me Why won the
award for the Best Single by a Local Artist at the Metro Times Detroit Music Awards.
Brown continued his success by collaborating with saxophonist Gentry Shelby. The two formed
Shelby Brown, and released the TEG Records album written and produced by Brown, Come Into
My Heart which rose to the top of the of the DMX Smooth Jazz music charts. The solo No Time
to Waste was released on Nu Groove/ Sony / BMG / Records in October of 2007. Brown’s skills
as a guitarist, composer, producer and arranger were revealed for the first time. Brown's long-
time friend & producer Gerald Mitchell of Los Hermanos helped him achieve a sound targeted for
Smooth Jazz listeners as guitar and saxophone leads were equally balanced.
Browns' new release "Sonny" is now be available on
Nu Groove/Sony/BMG Records.