Toni Brown Interview
Toni Brown is no stranger to Syracuse. Her father used to teach at Syracuse University in the late 50's. Many people will remember Toni's association with the group "The Joy of Cooking." As the singer for that group, Toni Brown traveled across the United States performing with such artists as Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, Bonnie and Delaney, Elvin Bishop and Janis Joplin. "The Joy of Cooking" broke up in 1972, with Toni doing a solo album for MCA Records, and then joining Fantasy Records. No longer recording for Fantasy Records at this time, Toni is label shopping.
Q. When did you know you wanted to be a singer?
Q. Does it bother you to hear a singer with only an average voice become very popular?
Q. Where do you perform?
Q. Did you ever write that book about life on the road?
Q. Do you get separate from your family for long periods?
Q. You've said, "Lyrics in popular music really haven't progressed very much;"
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