Northern Kentucky Brotherhood Singers take the stage at the Main Library
This group is among the very few remaining groups that still perform in the old-school acappella fashion. The Singers (Eric Riley, Ric Jennings, Stace Darden, Demetrius Davenport & Sam Norris, Jr.) specialize in the intricate and emotional four-part harmony, “jubilee” style, pioneered by such legendary groups as the Dixie Hummingbirds, the Soul Stirrers and the Harp-tones of Cincinnati. Northern Kentucky Brotherhood Singers has performed in churches, secular music venues and television spots throughout the U.S., as well as in Canada, Russia and Spain (which they have toured 17 times). They have been performing together for 28 years as an acapella group and not only sing gospel but have recently added patriotic and feel good R&B to their repertoire.
If you like foot stomping, hand clapping and tight harmonies, you won’t want to miss their concert at the Main Library on Friday, January 29 at 7 p.m
For more information call 859-342-2665 or visit bcpl.org