Brett Jolly’s Daily Thought (“Another song done by Brett Jolly”)

Here is another song done by Brett Jolly. This song was done at Kelsey’s in Atlantic City. This was originally done by Ray Charles but we decided to do it again. Hope your enjoy. Thank you so much for checking out my Daily Thought and as always I wish you the very best that life has to offer.


Brett Jolly’s Daily Thought (“Performing one of my favorite songs”)

I absolutely “love” music. I hope to keep performing until they “close the lid.” This tune has always felt special to me, and it was my pleasure to attempt this song. The Brett Jolly Experience was performing at Kelsey’s in Atlantic City, New Jersey last week and we had so much fun. We will be there again this Friday, July 7 (if you happen to be in the area I hope you come through). Here is a video clip of me singing lead on one of my favorite tunes. I hope you enjoy. Thank you for checking out my Daily Thought, and as always I wish you the very best that life has to offer.

Brett Jolly’s Daily Thought ( Performing “Sledgehammer” by Peter Gabriel)

We always love to take requests whether we have played the song before or not. At this summer event, someone had asked if we could play “Sledgehammer” by Peter Gabriel. We love the song so we figured we would go for it, and this was the end result. Hope you  enjoy. Lead vocals by Brett Jolly

Brett Jolly’s Daily Thought (Topic: ‘My live musical tribute to Joe Sample”) (video)

At my Wednesday night event here in Philly (Which is labeled as the “Wednesday Night Grand Slam”) we do just about any and every type of music (seriously). Just last week jazz keyboardist Joe Sample passed away, and we did a special musical tribute to him featuring my brother Bill Jolly on keys. Bill had actually met  and played with Joe, so this tribute was a really special one, especially for those in attendance that evening. I was asked to share this so I only hope that this will work. The song is a jazz classic called “There are many stops along the way” and if features, Bill Jolly, Brett Jolly, Chris Odom on guitar, Mookie on drums and Benny Barksdale on sax.  This was gotten off of Facebook, so  hopefully privacy settings won’t have any effect on those who wish to view it. Thank you and I wish you the very best that life has to offer this weekend. If this link doesn’t work then you may have to sign in with your Facebook account to view it. Sorry about that, but it is definitely worth viewing if you can do so.