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Norman and Curtis were born and raised in Flint, Michigan. They are friends from early childhood, back when they lived "down the street" from each other on E Baltimore Blvd. When they were both very young, they each demonstrated an inclination towards music. I have known and listen to them for years and I am happy to see this project come to fruition.  Now they invite you to "JUST LISTEN." ~the JazzeOne

 

Curtis Brooks III-Bio

Curtis Brooks III

Curtis started playing Alto Sax in the third grade. Although, rumor has it that Curtis claims to have "fallen in love with the sound of the saxophone" much earlier in life. He later included Baritone and Soprano in his saxophone world- but of course the Alto remains his favorite.

Norman Childress Jr- Bio

Norman Childress Jr.

Norman also started playing a musical instrument around the same time. His first instrument was the trombone ( which earned him the nickname "slide-horn" ).Later on, he added the guitar and then keyboards (his favorite) to his musical interests. Now, Norman's hands seem always ready to play the perfect musical chord.
 

DoublePlay-Bio

DoublePlay

Norman and Curtis have always enjoyed playing music together at various functions throughout the years. ( many wedding receptions come to mind ). The same is true concerning their first CD entitled : "Just Listen". They really enjoyed creating their music during this two year project. Hopefully, it will be the first of many more to come.

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