The Faulkner County Library welcomes the eclectic sounds of the duo Fire & Brimstone at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 3. This event is free and open to the public.
Fire & Brimstone ignite the music scene with a combination of Reggae, Caribbean, Salsa, R&B and Jazz as their spirited lyrics are a savvy change of pace.
Brimstone, also known as Phillip Norris, was born and raised in the Caribbean, The Commonwealth of Dominica. He has been involved with music over thirty years. An accomplished guitarist who writes, sings, plays bass, keyboards and drums, Norris has built a solid reputation in New York, Texas, Florida, California and parts of the Caribbean. Many great artists have influenced him such as Carlos Santana, Bob Marley, Stevie Wonder, Jimi Hendrix, The Beatles and more.
Fire, also known as Lori Harris-Norris, began her show business career at the early age of five; dancing, acting and singing. She danced on stages for a decade and later, acting and singing became a great part of her high school and college years. She then became involved in promoting, producing and booking artist. Born in Oklahoma, her maternal grandfather is from Jamaica, but relocated to Arkansas as a young man.
This husband and wife duo, performed on a weekly basis throughout Southern California for over a decade. They also played with a full band when requested, where they have aroused crowds to roaring ovations at festivals and concerts. In 2003 they traveled to Midem International Music Market on the French Riviera, where they performed their single, "Love’s Gotta Hold On You."
Their music is reaching a new fan base that welcomes a fresh and different style. Fire & Brimstone command your attention with their distinct new sound and sweet harmonies. To hear more from Fire & Brimstone please visit their website at FireAndBrimstoneMusic.com. For more information about this event, contact the library at 501-327-7482. The library is located at 1900 Tyler St. in Conway.