Brother T's Story
Brother T LoveJones is a singer/songwriter originally from East Flatbush in Brooklyn, New York and now resides in Los Angeles, California.
His debut single "New Insanity" was released 12/4/2020 followed by his country smash hit "Local Bartender" on 2/2/21.
Brother T offers a unique musical flair that combines good ol' Americana with a contemporary feel that is taking the charts by storm. Known for making songs that take you on a musical journey, enjoyed by audiences young to old, LoveJones shares his lyrical music with the world.
Brother T LoveJones is well-respected and established with 40+ years experience in the entertainment industry as a performer, producer, and manager. He started in New York City in 1971 as a production stage manager for the largest promoters of live music in the NYC area, working at the Academy of Music, the Beacon Theater and the Capital Theater. During this time he worked with major bands such as the Rolling Stones, the Who, Jimi Hendrix, Bob Dylan, the Band, Traffic, the Allman Brothers, James Brown, Black Sabbath and AC/DC.
Brother T was an owner of Media Trends an advertising and video production company. Media Trends produced TV commercials and did commercial placements for clients on major networks and super stations. Media Trends worked with the Broadway producers of Duke Ellington's play "Sophisticated Ladies" and was part of the first TV pay per view performance of the play.
Brother T was one of the owners of MOJO Productions, a full service entertainment company that did the onsite live production for the 1983 Aerosmith "Back in the Saddle" tour and production for numerous other artists and events from Raquel Welch to the first annual Village Voice Street Entertainers Fair.
Brother T LoveJones is produced by Furball Productions.