Brotherhood is a 7-piece band party/funk/jazz band from Houston, Texas with stunning male and female lead vocals featuring vocalist Robert Berry. Brotherhood has become one of Houston's most sought after musical acts combining a wide variety of top 40, R&B, dance, jazz music, all of which keeps the dance floor full and makes the band a perfect choice for weddings and private parties. The band has also performed internationally with most recently playing for US troops stationed in Japan..
About band leader and saxophonist Ken Mondshine:
Ken Mondshine has shared the stage with such names as Elton John, Johnny Johnson, Ottmar Liebert, Eric Benet, Patricia Barber, and Bobby Lyle, in addition to playing with local acts such as Scott Gertner, 3 time grammy nominee Mark Dini, and 10 time Houston Press award winning funk band Global Village.
Mondshine's passion for R&B/jazz music inspired him to form Brotherhood in 1997 which has become one of Houston's hottest musical acts.
Mondshine's debut solo CD recording Brotherhood was released 2001 and features a mixture of original instrumental and vocal jazz/R&B compositions.
About Brotherhood featured vocalist Robert Berry:
In addition to sharing the stage with Cameo, Babyface, Millie Jackson, Roger Troutman, Zap, and Lee Greenwood, Robert Berry has performed all over the world and was a member of five time Star Search winning Heaven the Band.