Brother Joscephus and The Love Revolution

They Bring Their Revolutionary Vibes on Nov. 25 to the Pearl Street Warehouse


“A feel-good explosion of Soul, Secular Gospel, R&B, Roots Rock and New Orleans Style,” is how Brother Joscephus and The Love Revolution, a Brooklyn-based 12-piece orchestra, describes their electrifying musical sound. David Mendelsohn, BroJo’s funk master and vocal leader, and his right-hand multi-instrument playing music man, Dean Franson, a.k.a. The Right Reverend Dean Dawg, are on a mission to spread the gospel of love from show to shining show. Nov. 25’s Pearl Street Warehouse performance will be a NOLA style tribute to the 50th anniversary of the Beatles ubiquitous Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band.

Performing the entire iconic album in Pearl Street Warehouse’s intimate Americana oriented concert setting, Brother Joscephus and the Love Revolution is sure to get even the most turkey laden audience member up and grooving to their infections beat.

Haven’t had the opportunity to visit The Wharf in Southwest? Friday night is the ideal time to check out this bustling waterfront entertainment district. Grab a bite to eat at Pearl Street Warehouse’s adjacent bar, serving local diner favorites, drinks and snacks up until show time. The experience is guaranteed to raise not only a smile, but also your foot-stomping, hip-shaking, soul-soaring holiday spirit.

Leanne Tankel studied poetry writing as a UC Berkeley undergraduate and was fortunate enough to work with the inimitable Thom Gunn. She earned her M.A. in Creative Writing at Boston University, where she held a teaching fellowship. Currently, she is writing prose, and her manuscript, Broken Hallelujah: notes from a marriage, was a 2011 short-list finalist for the Santa Fe Literary Awards program. Leanne lives with her husband, three sons, and two pugs in Northern Virginia.