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COURTNEY BENJAMIN

EMAIL: COURTNEY@BENJAMINENTGROUP.COM | P: 248-376-2900

 

BETH

Genre: R&B Soul

Label: Anise Records LLC

Free

After touring as a background vocalist for over 10 years, Beth steps forward as a solo artist. Released just 2 days shy of her birthday (August 9th), Beth's enticing debut album entitled "Free" chronicles the ups and downs of relationships through a womans eyes. With intimate R&B, she talks about the love and pain that any woman can relate to. This project features a stellar production team which includes Grammy-nominated producers Michael J. Powell, Erik Blu2th Griggs, Marcus Devine and Cordell Walton. Listen and be #Free.

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“Singing is like breathing to me.....

I have to do it !”

 

Equating singing to breathing is completely reasonable, when it’s coming from Beth Griffith-Manley, singer, songwriter, actress and daughter of Johnny Griffith, the legendary and Multi-Grammy® Award-winning pianist/keyboardist. He was an original member of the Funk Brothers, Motown’s in-house studio band that created the famous ‘Motown Sound.’

 

Beth’s father was one of only a few classically-trained musicians who worked at Motown. The late Johnny Griffith played on hundreds of Motown songs, including top hits such as, "Stop, In The Name Of Love," "Ain't No Mountain High Enough," "I Heard It Through The Grapevine," "What's Going On," "Dancin' In The Streets,” “I Can’t Help Myself (Sugar Pie, Honey Bunch),” "Ain't Too Proud To Beg" and "Shotgun." He also played keys on several non-Motown records, including: "Lonely Teardrops," "(Your Love Keeps Lifting Me) Higher And Higher," "Have You Seen Her?" and "Cool Jerk." At age 16, he played with blues superstar John Lee Hooker, and as a young man in the 1960s, he toured with Dinah Washington, Aretha Franklin and Sarah Vaughan.

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                       Management / Booking :

 Courtney Benjamin for Benjamin Entertainment Group                Courtney@benjaminentgroup.com 

                               (248) 376-2900

                             

 

 

                              PR / Marketing :

             Cheryl Patterson for Universal Xperience                               universalxperience@gmail.com 

                               (915) 270-9766

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