The BRUTE, The FORCE … and the UGLY

November 11, 2019

Ugly Things Magazne, #52

Oh fame hast Thou found me again?

June 7, 2017

Oh fame hast Thou found me again?


August 27, 2012

Documentary, BRUTE FORCE,
wins Best Short Documentary

At the Sidewalk Film Festival in Birmingham, AL.

At the Oak Cliffs Film Festival in Dallas, TX.

At the New Media Film Festival in Los Angeles, CA.

So far we’ve won 3 bests…


August 11, 2012

Brute Force Hits The Silver Screen!

March 6, 2012

King of Fuh Alive In The Material World!!

October 25, 2011

In the biography, George Harrison Living In The Material World, by Olivia Harrison, George writes about a day in his life in his diary from Jan. 10, 1969, and King of Fuh was included! The diary entry also appears in the documentary of the same title, directed by Martin Scorsese,, with the words read by George’s son, Dhani.

An article by Paul Theroux in Newsweek Magazine of 10/03/11 describes that day in George’s life:
“Harrison’s departure from the Beatles was abrupt and without regret. Scorsese has footage of some singular bickering between George and Paul. In what seems just another detail in a busy day, George writes in his diary for Jan. 10, 1969, ‘Got up went to Twickenham rehearsed until lunchtime—left the Beatles—went home, and in the evening did King of Fuh at Trident studio, had chips later,’ as we learn in the film.”

Thanks to George for including the Fuh King in his diary.

Brute Force… Furniture Player

January 15, 2011

From Jeff Gurian in his exellent column,
Comedy Matters, in Punchline Magazine.

Brute Force held his regular monthly open mic show at The Players Club, where he wowed the crowd with his excellent chair playing, which he referred to as his vinyl seat playing. This is a show not to be missed!

Brute Force playing a medley of his hits on the Vinyl Seat
to the enthusiastic response of his fans.
~ Jeffrey Gurian

Brute In USA Today

December 16, 2010


November 25, 2010

Brute on Breakfast With The Beatles with Chris Carter, Sirius XM Radio and KLOS, Los Angeles, 12/05/10 8-11am EST.

Remembering John Winston Ono Lennon
who we lost 30 years ago on Dec. 8th 1980.

Plus our featured LP of the day will be
Rubber Soul at 45!!! (Not rpm’s)

And a phone call to Apple artist Brute Force!!!

The limo James…

November 2, 2010