It took him some time to muster the courage, and pursue his passion. After several careers, and facing the fact that his zealous passion, required he look inward, as well as outward, he embarked on his dream, to sing for the world.
He turned to the love of tennis, lost 90 pounds, has an annual concert, and started a foundation. This summer, Dr. Anthony Brown held his sixth BELIEVE concert, and invited Doreen Vail, Micah Smith, Dimery Mowery, and several others to share the stage. The hostess was Jaye Matthews.
The Dream 4 It Foundation, gave financial awards to as young as Nyla Symone Adams, who collected socks for the Night of Peace Shelter of Randallstown; it honored several, including Freeman A. Hrabowski 3rd, President of the University of Maryland, Baltimore county.
I talked to the “singing doctor” (see video) about his faith, (he is an Associate Pastor at Morningside Baptist Church, Catonsville); about the example he is setting for young African Americans, and about transparency.
African American leadership in Baltimore has lost its impact, could the “singing doctor” become part of the new dream works, to reignite the dreams to reality, of the youth in Baltimore Maryland.