Brenda Earle Stokes is a surprisingly multifaceted musician, known for her work as a pianist, singer and composer. She has performed as a side person with John Riley, Luis Bonilla, Dick Oatts, Bobby Sanabria, Joel Frahm, Roxy Coss, Wycliffe Gordon, Maurice Hines and the DIVA Jazz Orchestra. She has held residencies at the Kennedy Center and Banff Centre, was a finalist of the Mary Lou Williams Jazz Piano Competition and she was a winner of the IAJE Sister’s in Jazz Competition, identifying her as one of the top emerging jazz artists of her generation.
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Brenda Earle Stokes - piano and voice
- If You Never Come to Me
- Standing (by Brenda Earle Stokes)
- Weaver of Dreams
- The Consequences of Falling
- How Long Has That Evening Train Been Gone?
- Ladies in Mercedes
- I Can Let Go Now
- Strange Meadowlark
- The Power of Love
- The Waltz
- East of the Sun (West of the Moon)