ARTIST EINSTEIN BROWN
Surrounded by some of the great West Indian musicians while he was growing up, Einstein was destined, it seems, to play music. In 1979, his desire to play the steel pan at a higher level motivated him to join the Invaders Steel Orchestra and he was soon in demand to play with a number of steel bands including the Woodbrook Modernaires, who then went on to win the battle of the bands at Queen's Hall, Trinidad's equivalent of Carnegie Hall. Toward the end of 1979, he accepted an offer to play aboard a cruise ship. During this time he was also called to appear in a Heineken beer commercial. After more travel with various groups, he immigrated to the U.S. in 1982.
In America, Einstein began performing with the Trinidad Steel Band and the L.A. Desperados. During this time, he also started his first band as a leader, called Caribe, which played the Hollywood circuit and the L.A. Street Scene. In 1984, he formed Sapadilla and recorded his first single, “Don't Worry, Be Happy”, which was a European release. In 1991, Einstein released the album, Humanize the Earth, on which he collaborated with the popular guitarist, Eric Gale. Together, they wrote the hit single, “Drive-by Shooting”, in a matter of hours. This song was written to raise money for a fellow musician and good friend that lost his sight due to a drive-by. In 1993, the song was released in Costa Rica.
"One good thing about music, when it hits you, you feel no pain"
TELEVISION & FEATURE FILMS
Since that time, Einstein has appeared in numerous television shows, commercials and feature films, as well as MTV music videos, including one in which he performed with the great R&B singer, Chaka Khan. Einstein has also performed for entertainment legends such as Debbie Reynolds, Carol Burnett and Michael Jackson.
U.S. Olympics, Los Angeles Grammy Awards 1995, Greenpeace Pan African Film Fest, San Diego Wild Animal Park Festival of the Mask, United Way Golden West Foods, Watts Tower Drum Festival, Princess Cruises, Sawdust Festival, Norwegian Cruise Lines, Jamba Juice Inc, Taste of Orange County, Jamaican Tourst Board, House of Blues, The Galaxy Theater, John Anson Ford Theater, Orange County Fair, and Jazz at Drew.
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Includes his own band Sapadilla - "Don't Worry Be Happy", "Humanize the Earth", and "Hop on de Good Foot"; New Caribbean - "Calypso Reggae" and "Fire in de Area"; The Art of Sax -"So Easily"; Phase II Pan Groove -"79 is Mine"; Black Eyed Peas -"Karma"; Baby Rasta -"Cahuita Town"; and Len Boogsie Sharpe - "Fresh Air".
Soundtracks include: Imax - "The Living Sea" and
"Meet the Fockers"
PERFORMING LIVE NEAR YOU
I currently perform my music in several venues throughout Southern California. Thanks to all my friends, family, and
music fans for your continued support. Blessings to you all
and please enjoy the new website.
If you are interested in booking me for your next event please click on the link below and fill out the Contact Einstein form. We would love to perform at all types of venues and share the amazing sounds of the islands.
All I can say is AMAZING, AMAZING, AMAZING!
Sundays at Mozambique are the best. Food wine
and Einstein make for the perfect Sunday Funday!
Tom Miller / Newport Coast
This man lives in the music and has talent beyond belief.
He makes the audience get out of their chairs just by his enthusiasm and charisma. Go visit this man at any location here in Southern California, he will not disappoint.
Angie / Laguna Beach
Einstein is one of the top performers here in Orange County. He is the entertainer that you know when you go to see him you will leave his show with that island energy, laughs and smiles.
Great man, great great music
Allen / Laguna Beach
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