Thank You Lady
Born and raised in Columbus, Ohio James has been sharpening his musical talents many years. James has dedicated his life to the entertainment business. Being a vocal artist, James did not limit himself to singing. James has made his living as a stage manager, television production assistant, disc-jockey, as well as, working in Los Angeles as an A&R person for many independent labels throughout the late 80's to early 90's. During the late 70's after graduation from college and working as a roadie for the famed R&B singing group The O'Jays, James returns home to Columbus, Ohio to attend the world famous Recording Workshop of Chillicothe, Ohio. All of this time James found time to work at his first love, singing. His fellow musician friends influenced a name change for the stage Frisky London. Starting a sound reinforcement and production consulting business lead to James wearing many hats around the stage and throughout many productions. Since James gained valuable singing experience from church singing groups and stepping on the large stage of the Ohio Theatre in the Inner City Talent Expo of 1972 for the first time James has continued to thrill the ears of many listeners with recordings as a studio singer with the Contemporary Gospel sounds of Project Life heard on the 'A BETTER DAY ' CD project under the name of J.C. Brittan. Frisky experienced his first Grammy Entry experience in the 37th edition with entering the ' THANK YOU LADY' vocal performance project. Other performances to listen in on for Frisky's performances, People Make The World Go Round and Reflections from the P. Raney Coalition CD, also, background vocals on Hump In Yo Back from the 'LARRY HUMPHREY PROJECT'. James 'Frisky London' Brittan has continued as a co-producer on the 'RESONATING MEDITATIONS' New Age project, as well as 'THE LARRY HUMPHREY PROJECT' along beside his partner Kenneth Dave. James has worked and co-produced with Gospel vocal artist Rev. Laverna D. Mason on the 'SERNITY' CD. Many of these projects have been placed in the Grammy Entry Listings since the 37th entry of 'THANK YOU LADY'. (see music video on YouTube)
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