Roz Brown Next to Take the Stage during Performing Arts Series

    (Published: 10-04-13)

Roz Brown

Many say that Roz Brown is destined to be the next singing sensation with her talented mix of pop, soul and rock and roll music. See her this month when she performs live at Oklahoma City Community College (OCCC) during the Performing Arts Series (PAS). Roz Brown is set to take the stage Tuesday, Oct. 15 at 7 p.m. in the Bruce Owen Theater. Tickets are limited. Buy yours today.

OCCC's PAS presents professional music, dance, and theatrical productions currently on tour across the U.S., as well as distinguished Oklahoma artists. Individual and series tickets are available.

About Roz Brown
Roz Brown has crossed every music boundary from pop and soul to rock and roll all while creating a performance experience that is magical, eclectic and spiritually empowering. She comes from a musical family. She began singing in church at the tender age of three and has toured throughout America and Europe. Her raw and dynamic vocals have been compared to Tina Turner fused with the sultry tones of Natalie Cole. As a natural actress and singer, Brown's Broadway, regional and TV credits include Footloose, One Mo' Time, Dreamgirls, Hair, Ain't Misbehavin', Law and Order SVU, Third Watch and All My Children to name a few.

Brown has also worked and performed with famed guitarist Brian May of Queen, Andrew Loyd Webber, Neil Simon, the late Cy Coleman, Patti Labelle, Natalie Cole and Stevie Wonder.

Brown's high energy interactive shows take you on a journey from blues, jazz to rock & roll while mixing in timeless classics and show tunes along the way. Whether Brown is performing her one woman piano cabaret, intimate trio or with her full rockin' band, she is known for serving up an energetic and compelling live performance engaging the crowd.

Though rooted in gospel music, Roz Brown has soared to the Las Vegas and Broadway stages where she has gained critical acclaim being called "a winner with a powerhouse voice." Critics also say she shines and is the full package triple threat with beauty and personality to spare.

More PSA Performance Information
November 12 will bring the Bravo Brass Quintet to the Bruce Owen Theater, while Flipside: The Patti Page Story and the Soweto Gospel Choir performance will be held in the new, state-of-the-art Visual and Performing Arts Center Theater in March and April.

The date for completion of the new theater is now anticipated to be early in December. The formal dedication ceremony will be held Tuesday, Jan. 14 in the lobby of the theater and will include tours of the facility directly following the ceremony.

Tickets for each PAS concert are now on sale. To purchase your individual or season tickets, please choose from the following options:

• Purchase tickets online at www.occc.edu/cas/tickets.html
• Charge your tickets by calling the Cultural Programs department at (405) 682-7579.
• Stop by the Cultural Programs office (Room 1G1 A in the Main Building just inside SEM Entry 1) to purchase your tickets.

PAS season subscribers may purchase tickets to any of the concerts at a reduced price. For
more information about this year's lineup, please visit www.occc.edu/cas or call (405) 682-7579.