Erinn Brown is an accomplished singer/songwriter, guitarist & teacher with 3 well-received CDs of original music. Her music is a rootsy hybrid of Rock, Soul, and Blues. STEVE MORSE, longtime Boston Globe reviewer said this about her music; “Sultry funk ‘n’ soul from a singer who knows about the intricacies of the heart. The music stings and heals at the same time.”
Erinn grew up in a musical household, loved playing in jazz band, and her conservatory vocal studies so she moved to Boston to pursue her musical endeavors. After graduating from Berklee College of Music, she sang for rock cover bands while writing her own material. Hunter’s Moon, an acoustic trio of songwriters established in 1996, helped Erinn develop her interpretive style in singing both cover and original songs. Her 3 albums, Road Signs to The Sun, was released in 1999, Don’t Forget About It in June 2008, and ‘live in the studio’ cd: Erinn Brown Band, Ruled My Life, came out in 2011.
Erinn and her band have performed for festivals in Boston and the North Shore: Marblehead Festival for The Arts, Salem Jazz and Soul Festival, Boston Music Festival, Deerfield Festival, NH., Hampton Beach Seafood Festival, and the Stratham Festival in NH. In 2018, Erinn opened up for Sophie B. Hawkins at Amazing Things Arts Center, in Framingham, MA. Erinn Brown has performed at popular Massachusetts venues in Boston/Cambridge and north shore communities and continues to expand her fan base from Washington, D.C. to Maine.
Erinn, while a performing musician, has also been teaching on the North Shore for over 20 years! She has taught songwriting, music theory and “Modern Band” at Endicott College as well as private voice, guitar and piano lessons. We are so fortunate to have her on our fabulous faculty!