Watching this dynamic entertainer is sheer delight, as Bobby energizes every moment on
stage. His creativity and high-energy performance is magnificent as he glides easily
through his five-octave range in an outstanding tribute to Stevie Wonder. From "Signed,
Sealed, Delivered" to
"Superstitious," Bobby presents a happy homage to the man who
made "I Just Called to Say, I Love You" and other R
&B songs famous.

Although a native of South Carolina, Brooks considers Hawaii (where he worked with
Waikiki's foremost 1950's act "The Love Notes") home. He also toured with his own
one-man show internationally, most recently in Australia, where he met soulful Michael
Bolton. Bolton was equally impressed with Bobby, saying, "You look like Jackie Wilson and
soul like Wilson Pickett."

A virtuoso musician and singer, Bobby plays both guitar and piano. He studied at Media
Production and Electronic Systems at Midland Technical College, U.S.C. and US Naval
Technical Training Centers  before he began his career as a performer. Bobby is a
recognized songwriter whose original songs are used by Columbia Records to promote
new artists.

Brooks was first spotted in a Doo-W
op show and was asked to impersonate Jackie
Wilson. Having mastered the intricacies of Wilson's personality, Bobby was encouraged by
friend and Las Vegas Legend, Paul Revere of "Paul Revere and the Raiders," to portray
Stevie Wonder. Since then, Bobby has played to rave reviews throughout the country and
around the world. Most recently, he returned from a stint at Universal Studios in Osaka,
Japan performing in the Legends In Concert show.

Audiences and critics alike applaud Bobby's talent and showmanship.

"You can be assured whatever I set out to do, I put God first, and go for it.  The end result is
an open heart of flowing love and light revealed as an Soulful Entertainer"


-- Bobby Brooks Hamilton