Blueswoman Miss Erica Brown is a singer, songwriter, recording artist and actress based in Denver, CO.
Her bona-fides include sharing the stage with B.B. King, Al Green, Delbert McClinton, Big Head Todd and more! In 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2016, Erica won the “Best Blues Singer-Female” Award from the Colorado Blues Society’s Members’ Choice Competition! Her band appears regularly on Westword Magazine’s “Best of” list. Her soundtrack credits, collaborations and awards are many, including placing in the 2013 International Blues Challenge with Dan’ Treanor’s Afrosippi Band. Erica was dubbed “Denver’s Queen of the Blues” by the Altitude Network in their concert showcase feature.
She has been singin’ the blues all her life and has truly seen and lived the Blues. As she shares her gifts with the world, the world has taken notice, from publications like Living Blues and Chicago Blues Guide in the US to Blues Matters in the UK, and Rootstime in Belgium.
In 2019, Erica received Lifetime Achievement Award from the Colorado Blues Society!!
In 2016, Erica was contacted by Grammy-nominated Bluesman Carl Gustafson, (Blinddog Smokin’ Blues Band) and was asked to contribute vocals to a project he was producing, along with 2017 Grammy Winner in Traditional Blues, Blues Man Bobby Rush.
Her performance from 2004 at KUVO’s Phyllis A. Greer Studio blew us away. Her band was hot and the audience caught fire, too! The session was so good one of the tracks made it to a “Live at the Oasis” CD.
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