Jaimeo Brown Transcendence

Jaimeo Brown Transcendence (USA) 

Featuring Chris Sholar and Jaleel Shaw
Thursday, October 12 . 7 & 9 PM
Photo by Rebecca Meek

Sometimes, when you find a voice, your life is no longer your own. It belongs to those you speak to, speak for and speak of. Jaimeo Brown found his voice in struggle and hope. His work, grounded in jazz’s long tradition as a protest art form, features samples of historical work songs blended with contemporary jazz, blues and hip-hop. Sung with fire, healed with love, his notes are the echoes of protest and his rhythms are the universal beat of freedom and solidarity. His experience includes working with storied artists including Stevie Wonder and Carlos Santana, and as an ambassador for the US State Department. 

“One of the most exciting, experimental and important albums set to drop this year.” -VICE

Jaimeo Brown Transcendence - Be So Glad


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After Party

Join us after the 9 PM performance for an opportunity to meet the artists and mingle with your fellow guests, right here at MilkBoy ArtHouse!


Do Good By Doing

This season, many of The Clarice's artists are working to raise awareness of a multitude of pressing social issues, including the environment, human trafficking, race relations, homelessness and much more. We stand by their efforts and deeply believe in the power of the arts enact change. 

Jaimeo Brown is currently a New Jersey Performing Arts Center and Arts For Kids teaching artist. He’s been using music as a way to inspire leadership in youth all over the world and especially in the urban NYC and New Jersey areas for years. He is a founding member of the New Jersey site for New City Kids and he started “Transcending Arts," an organization that uses music to focus on the issue of urban poverty. Recently he provided music for the motion picture The Same Heart that focuses on lifting children out of poverty globally. He has also been engaged in battling the war against child sex trafficking.

Your curiosity is an indication of your concern and we appreciate your thoughtful consideration. We hope you may be moved to Do Good by Doing something, too.