Serena Sol Brown aka Serena Sol, is a n incredible Radio/TV Host, MC, personality and entertainer from Philadelphia, PA. Serena honed and credits her multi-media experience from her Howard University days (Washington, D.C.) as a radio/televison/film and production major paired with her grad work in Psychology from The Ohio State University (Columbus, OH). She is also an accomplished Singer/Songwriter and has culminated a rather refreshing vibe in jazz music called "jazzy sexy sol music" with a song catalog that includes everything from jazz to country music. Her training in vocals, songwriting, and piano has provided quite a unique blend of versatility as an artist. Check out her lyric video and more of her discography. Whatever the case may be Serena offers up a collage of music that allows you to get caught up in her story telling journey.
She was coined as the Jazz Queen by J. Mitchell (publicist) and "Queen of Indie" Hosting her own tv and radio show for over 10 years representing and gaining exposure for independent recording artists, authors, comedians, playwrights, politicians and philanthropists. She served as co-producer and music director for IAMINDIE Radio in Atlanta. Her platforms included live shows like "Jazz in the Park" partnered with Councilwoman Cindy Bass, and State Representative Stephen Kinsey, in her hometown of Philadelphia (for over seven years). She has become the "go-to" for new talent, or artists that just need a break! She continues to give back to her community and has volunteered with non-profits such as VNA Hospice, The EMIR Healing Center, and Janes Memorial United Methodist Church.
Serena will go the extra mile and believes in her gifts as a reason for being. Her personality is infectious! She absolutely loves hosting and will take your event to another level. Her more than a triple threat one-of-a-kind appearance is very exciting and extremely relatable.
Always working on new ideas ..Serena has created a platform for Women Empowerment called My Life Story My Song (which can be found on YouTube, Facebook and Instagram) and www.mylifestorymysong.com. She continues to spread love worldwide and is looking forward to making a difference in her community as well as opportunities to reach masses of people through media and entertainment outlets.
SONG CATALOG *Releases on HussWorld
He's Gotta Know 2004
I Like The Way 2004
*Sweet Love 2006
Get You There 2008
I've Been Waiting 2009
*Apple Pie 2010 (debut on the Steve Harvey Morning Show)
Grandmas Hands 2011
*Let's Get Jazzy 2015
*When I Fall in Love
*So I Can Believe (in Love) 2017 Check out the on YouTube!
*Rainbow ( ATribute to Hospice) 2018
* New Release HYMN IN ME In Stores Now
..."The Best Way to Enjoy Music is to Live it!"
A new project created in honor of Serena Sol Brown's work with hospice resulted in many songs written to aid in the comfort of hospice patients and their families. Serena invites her co-writer, Bonnie Warren to help mold the project. The first release entitled "RAINBOW" is a very soulful acoustic version paying tribute to those who are dealing with end of life. The rainbow (used as a metophor) to express the transition from life to eternal life.
"RAINBOW" release by HussWorld Music is NOW on iTunes and over 24 digital stores!
The Sixth Annual JIP brought to you by 8th District Councilwoman Cindy Bass and Sol Unlimited Jazz and Arts present "Battle of the Bands!" The six-week series is FREE and will begin Tuesday, July 10 (and every Tuesday) through August 14th from 6pm-9pm at the Morris Estate Cultural Center located at 1610 Chelten Avenue, Phila., PA 19127.
Bands interested in performing should send their EPK info to firstname.lastname@example.org. No phone calls please!
I'm Hosting The People's Poetry and Jazz Festival featuring Legendary Hip Hop Artist RAKIM and International Jazz Bassist, Jamaaladeen Tacuma on Saturday August, 17, 2019 - Philadelphia, PA -along with K-Fox (from The "Q" show) @ The Black Writers Museum(Germantown - Vernon Park)
Time: 12Noon - 8PM
Raindate: August 18th
Philly's own Jazz Recording Artist and Producer for Jazz in the Park, Serena Sol Brown kicks off VNA's 10th Anniversary Celebration of their hospice unit. Serena Sol Brown will perform with her All Star Band Trio showcasing her versatility in singing jazz and her original songs. Serena released "Rainbow" as a tribute to hospice last year which can be heard on iTunes and over 42 other digital stores worldwide.
The ALL that JAZZ show takes place at The Preston - Work Falls Center located at 3300 Henry Avenue, Phila., PA. The event starts @ 6pm with a VIP Reception and General Admission $25 7pm - 9pm. FOR MORE INFO & TO PURCHASE TICKETS PLEASE GO TO VNAPHILLY.ORG! *See Sponsor packages if you would like to be a sponsor.
POC: Maureen Murphy/Senior Vice President for Development and Communication
Serena Sol Brown along with five songwriters from Nashville (J. Angel, K. Angel, C. Barker, A. Caruso, S. Sol, B. Warren), collectively wanted to create a historical moment for the music industry by releasing "Hymn in Me," in both country and jazz markets. Produced by Kenneth "Kalah" Higginbotham in Philadelphia, the jazz version is now a reality. Serena's vocal style is jazzy and very soulful with a lot of flavor backed by melodic horns and a trio giving it that classic jazz vibe. "Hymn in Me," will hit stores on May 3, 2019. The download is available NOW on ITunes for jazz lovers who want a head start. Brought to you by Huss World Music ... Let's Go!