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Terrence Brewer �” Jazz Guitarist, Composer, Arranger, and Musical Director, resides in Alameda, California. Brewer’s aggressive marketing and business acumen aided him in leading his own instrumental and vocal groups in over 1400 shows throughout California in the last six years. In addition to this impressive feat, Brewer possesses the rich experience of performing with legendary artists such as Pete Escovedo, Herb Gibson, Kim Nalley (production of “Lady Day in Love” by Courtney Brown), Duwaan Muhammad, Calvin Keyes, Bruce Forman, Scott Amendola, Khalil Shaheed, Ed Kelly, Michael Zilber, Tuck and Patti, Chuck Bennet, and many others. In addition to performing with great artists, Brewer’s fate led him to study with musical greats such as Charlie Hunter, Duck Baker, and Mark Levine.

Brewer’s performances range from established weekly gigs at fine restaurants such as Butterfly in SF and Mezze in Oakland to private gigs for the Oakland Children’s Hospital Research Foundation, UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business, KKSF (103.7), Wente Vineyards, The Olson Company’s latest housing community - City Walk, Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E), Mario Chiodo Studios, and many more. Brewer also performs at notable Bay area jazz venues such as Anna’s Jazz Island, Café Van Kleef, Café Claude, Jupiter, sold out shows at Jazz At Pearl’s with standing ovations at festivals such as the Sonoma Jazz Festival, Fillmore Jazz Festival, Montclair Jazz and Marin Jazz Festivals. In addition, Brewer lends his musical talent to his local communities performing at events such as the City of Alameda’s Earth Day Festival and Run for the Parks, as well as the Oakland Metropolitan, San Leandro, Alameda, and Tracy Chambers of Commerce events.

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Album The Calling: Volume One and Volume Two by Terrence Brewer

The Calling: Volume...

Strong Brew Music
2006

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