Jocelyn Brown is a woman with a powerful, soul shaking voice that reaches out with extended arms and engulfs your musical desires. In fact this seasonal musical veteran began singing in public at the age of three in the church, and at gigs with her family. She then first gained national attention with the release of her debut album for Warner Brothers Records titled One From The Heart in 1984. With cuts produced by Jellybean Benitez and the teams of Hubert Eaves/James Batton and Russ Titleman/Rob Mounsey, Jocelyn featured eight powerful cuts which include hits like ‘Love’s Gonna Get You’ and the perennial club classical ‘Somebody Else’s Guy’ written by Jocelyn and her sister Annette.
However, as modest as she is, Jocelyn has established quite an impressive portfolio working with stellar names such as Luther Vandross, Bette Midler, John Lennon, Quincy Jones, Michael Jackson, Roberta Flack, George Benson, Teddy Pendergrass, Culture Club, Masters At Work and many others. She is also noted as being one of New York City’s premier jingle artistes, and had been associated with several television and radio campaigns for companies and products which include McDonalds, Burger King, Kentucky Fried Chicken, Vicks Nyquil, Bell Atlantic Telephone, Sprite, Coca Cola, Dr Pepper, Pepsi, Welch’s Grape Soda, A & P Supermarkets, American Express, Mediprin, Jellow Pudding, Maxwell House, Greyhound Bus Company and a host of others. Jocelyn has also been featured on many film soundtracks such as Walt Disney’s hit animation Hercules, Lilo & Stitch and has appeared on a number of top rated TV shows including Saturday Night Live.