"Ptah's voice defines the heartache of Blues, and
the hope of Gospel. Ptah's strength and range, is revolutionizing the
genres; by breathing life into the music with her dazzling repertoire. The
charismatic Ptah has enough energy to light up a small town…"
–The Cape Cod
Ptah Brown is a multi-talented
performer—vocalist, songwriter, actress, and teacher. Her latest CD,
"Blues- Live In Italy"
demonstrates a style
cutting across several musical genres—blues, jazz, pop, Gospel...
Singing with power and passion, she dazzles her audiences. Ptah's
natural ability to communicate with her fans is evident, in the many
accolades she receives wherever she performs.
Ptah is no newcomer to the music
industry. At the early age of four, she began singing in public, in church
choirs and religious organizations and still sings in various churches
today. For Ptah, Gospel music was a segue into Jazz, Blues, Soul,
Latin, Pop, Reggae, Calypso and Zydeco music.
She has performed
with such notable artists as
Guy Davis, George Clinton & The P-Funk
(Parliament Funkadelicks- all stars),
Expressions, Sharrie Williams, Lucky Peterson,
John Lee Hooker, &
JLH Jr, C.J. Chenier,
Washington, Kenny Neal, Buckwheat Zydeco, Henry Butler, Moe Holmes,
Ronnie & Eloise Laws, Tito Puente, Orchestra Broadway, Bob Marley's Wailers,
among others. Ptah has also performed as a background singer for
Aretha Franklin, Melba Moore, Peter Tosh,
Marcia Griffith, Mighty Sparrow, Calypso Rose, and most
recently, Don Covay's newest CD.
Ms. Brown has
performed all over the United States
(California, Florida, Detroit, Chicago, Miami Beach,
Cape Cod, Atlanta, Dallas…).
Shanghai, Hangzhou, Ningbo.
Prague, Czech Republic, throughout Italy, Switzerland, Spain, Portugal, and
in the Caribbean (San Juan Antigua, Jamaica in
The West Indies);
to name a few... Ptah’s been an invited guest at both the
Embassy of Ghana, and the
Embassy of Ethiopia.
From the famed Apollo Theatre,
to The 3rd Dubai International Jazz Festival,
in the United Arab Emirates; The
Festival, The Chesapeake
Bay Blues Festival
(1999 with Wilson Pickett),
and other places far and wide.
Ptah continues to charm audiences, with
her powerful yet sensitive voice, her soul, and her grace.
with Wilson Pickett)