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417 Grand Stree
New York, NY


A foot stomping gumbo of Roots rock, old school Soul, New Orleans rhythms, and feel-good “secular" Gospel! Winners of the Independent Music Awards "Best Live Performance" Category 2011, and Nominee's of the 2013 Independent Music Awards for best R&B / Soul song "Shine On", Brother Joscephus and the Love Revolution is on a mission to make the world a more righteous place. The two main visionaries of this 12-piece explosion of love - Brother Joscephus and his eccentric cohort, The Right Reverend Dean Dawg - dip heavily into a musical gumbo rich with old school soul, roots, classic rock stylings, New Orleans rhythms, and feel-good “secular gospel” music. BroJo combines all this with a message of righteousness, urging us towards acceptance and loving one another. When you combine the music and the message with a one-of-a-kind, high-energy stage spectacle, you got yourself one hell of a  LOVE revolution on your hands.

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BroJo Artist Exclusive: Diana Hickman

David Mendelsohn

Our amazing vocal artist, Diana Hickman has just put out an incredible album and music video. We had the chance to ask her about her a couple questions about her exciting new projects.

What was your inspiration for your album?

The title track, South of Your Thoughts ended up being the directional leader for this album, in that it’s about self-exploration and investigating what’s floating deeper in the well of our thoughts. The rest of the songs could be considered to be under the same umbrella in that they were each shaped with honest reflection, and are in line with striving to live more consciously. 

What is your favorite track on the album and why?

Naturally, it’s hard to pick one, but I’ll go with Sonya’s Garden - the last song of the album. I wanted to translate a very specific magical moment of inspiration I had experienced, and for a long time it eluded me what the song was asking for. I had to work through a lot of frustration to find it lyrically and harmonically, but I certainly grew as a songwriter, and I think it finally made its way through me successfully. When we recorded it, Lavondo Thomas (old school player for Brother Joscephus) gave it an extra-special vibe using his fretless bass, and in production guitarist/producer John Cave blew up the ending into this mystical other-worldly sonic wave that brought it to the place I was trying to reach.