( Doors: 8:00 pm ) SHOW: 9:00 pm PDT
BrandonLee Cierley is an up and coming Saxophonist born in Tacoma, Wa & currently residing in Portland, Oregon, whose music seemingly combines elements from sounds that have influenced his musical voice such as jazz, hiphop, Lofi and R&B. During his time pursuing his Bachelor’s Degree in Exercise Science & Music, founded the genre-bending group formerly known as 322 and releasing two albums “Emergence” & self titled album “322”
During his uprising in the music scene, BrandonLee continuously seeks instruction to master his saxophone craft by working with multiple instructors such as Pacific Northwest Saxophone great Tracy Knoop and one of this generation’s emerging artists Braxton Cook. This ongoing instruction has been a catalyst for BrandonLee’s search for his musical voice.
While being a band leader and solo artist, BrandonLee has showcased his talents working with some of the music scene’s most exciting producers/artists around the world such as; Jam of the Week Founder/Portland based Trumpeter Farnell Newton, EyeLoveBrandon, Jonny Tobin, multi-instrumentalist from Portland Machado Mijiga, to just name a few. In 2018, BrandonLee Cierley ventured into exploits outside of his staple genre to be a guest artist with TwoFriends, LA Dj Duo, at sold out music festivals Lucky & Paradiso.
BrandonLee Cierley has performed over all the Greater Puget Sound area and has been featured on KMHD with a featured track from newly formed Portland based label “LofiJazzSoul”, and was showcased on KNKX’s Live Studio Session segments.
BrandonLee Cierley released his debut solo album entitled “Here Comes a New Challenger” presenting his up and coming presence in the music scene with his unique musical voice which combines elements of jazz, lofi, hiphop & soul showing the pursuit of his musical voice. BrandonLee is currently recording music for his upcoming sophomore album set to release later in 2021.
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