Sophia Brown for US cancer society event.
Reggae singer-songwriter Sophia Brown is set to perform at the upcoming American Cancer Society event billed 'Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk,' to be held on Sunday at Bushnell Park in Hartford, Connecticut.
The event, which is expected to pull upwards of 10,000 patrons, will help raise funds for groundbreaking breast cancer research, life-saving education, and critical patient services.
Brown, who is the only reggae artiste booked to perform, said it is her biggest outing in the state. "I am very, very excited to perform at this important charity event given the devastating impact that breast cancer has had on the lives of millions of women globally. I have been all over the world, performed at a lot of big shows, but now it's all about giving back, so I'm doing shows like this to support causes that are near and dear to my heart," she said.
The sultry singer is also nominated in the 'Best Female Lovers Rock Singer' category at the third annual Lady Flava Radio Network Awards Show slated for Saturday, November 19, in Hartford, Connecticut. She previously won the award in 2014 and 2015.
REARING TO GET BACK
After putting her career on pause for the past few months to get her son settled in college in Canada and watching her daughter, Daniela Stone, launch a successful career as a fashion designer, the Gimme Some Good Love singer is rearing to get back on stage.
Brown is also looking forward to performing at the Hard Rock CafÈ today in Hartford, CT. She will also continue recording tracks for an upcoming album to be released next year. The 10-track disc will include a few acoustic tracks and two cover songs of Dennis Brown and Gregory Isaacs. Brown recently completed a photo shoot in New York with celebrated photojournalist Darryl C. Madison.