Reviews of Events at the Brooklyn Music Shop

As seen in Park Slope Patch
by Don Duggan, Saturday, May 31st, 2014

Michael Hill’s Blues Mob play deep blues for the body and soul as an astonishing live act as well as a rip-roaring, award winning recording group. Each performance is a joyful tour de force of all that Blues has been and all that Blues will be. This amazing brotherhood of artists play as if they were born to perform together.

Photo Credit: Howard Leibowitz

As seen in The Elmore
by David K. Moseder, Tuesday, February 28th, 2012

In an effort to become a player in Brooklyn’s burgeoning music scene, The Brooklyn Music Shop made its first event a memorable one, booking Joan Osborne and friends to play the landmark Grand Prospect Hall. The acoustics of the historic ballroom proved more than adequate as the venerable Holmes Brothers opened with “Amazing Grace” and breezed through a set of R&B originals and soul-tinged pop and country covers, with Wendell Holmes (guitar), Sherman Holmes (bass) and Popsy Dixon (drums) trading vocals. (more…)