Going strong in the Metro area, Brute Force, protege of Beatle
George Harrison, Apple Records, and Bar-None Records recording artist
brings his combo of comedy, and pop rock to the East Village, NYC
with Daughter of Force and Ensemble appearing.
Saturday, September 28, 2013, 9PM
Sidewalk Cafe, New York City
Wed. Sept. 4 at Otto’s Shrunken Head, NYC
a day which will
bring fame to the
and Daughter of Force
at Two Boots Pizza
Once a month a talented musician, songwriter, comic and avant garde talent by the name of Brute Force produces a variety show at the esteemed Players Club in Manhattan on East 20th Street!
Believe it or not, Brute Force was not the name his parents intended him to have. He started out in life as Stephen Friedland, and took the name Brute Force in 1964. He wrote and performed with The Tokens in the 1960s and wrote songs for Peggy March, Del Shannon, The Chiffons and The Cyrkle.
I believe The Cyrkle sang a song called ” Red Rubber Ball” which was one of my favorites!
Brute also recorded an album in 1967 called ‘I Brute Force: Confections of Love.’ But I think his most enduring credit is the song he recorded on Apple Records, ( Yes, … The Beatles label!) called “King of Fuh.”
BRUTE AT MARYLAND FILM FESTIVAL
BRUTE FORCE, the documentary, next screening is at Maryland Film Festival.
Brute will be attending the Q&A at the May 10, 3pm screening.
New CD available, and time to get Brute to sign your I, Brute Force,Confections of Love album.