(From Left to Right) Alex François, Patrick Muldoon, John Maloney, Todd Hembrook, Jay Pullano, TJ Annerino, Grant O'Brien

The Hemispheres perform an eclectic selection of Soul/Motown and R&B standards, along with a few dusty gems for good measure! The showmanship of The Hemispheres is truly unsurpassed. A full 9 piece band gets the dance floor moving and will leave you wanting more. 

With over 12 years of playing experience, The Hemispheres are committed to re-creating this timeless music with the same passion as it was originally recorded. Whether playing a club date, a wedding, or a private event, The Hemispheres will bring you back in time with each performance and ensure that everyone in the audience is having as much fun as they are on stage.

Todd Hembrook

Todd Hembrook is a soul singer who has toured the United States and Europe extensively over the past two decades. Projects fronted with Hembrook have opened for the likes of Chuck Berry, Desmond Dekker and The Foo Fighters. When other teens were discovering punk rock, Todd rebelled in his own way by forging a love affair with the voices of Sam Cooke, Otis Redding, Levi Stubbs and other hit-makers who defined R&B music of the 1960’s and 70’s. Todd Hembrook has been singing since he was knee high and professionally for over 20 years, working to insert himself into the lineage of his legendary vocal heroes.

Brittany Lee Moffitt

The worldly experience that Chicago singer/songwriter Brittany Lee Moffitt has under her belt is astonishing for any artist, let alone one at the age of 27. Having performed vocally with Earth, Wind & Fire (not to mention jazz artists Dana Hall and Mina Agossi), Moffitt regularly performs as a professional vocalist in several projects, ranging from The Ron Bedal Orchestra to touring prog-rock band Sonus Umbra. With every project, she expands her vocal experience and repertoire, exploring various styles and techniques in her unique way for each performance she delivers. Brittany Lee Moffitt released a debut solo EP of original material on December 5th, 2014, titled "Acceptance". This collection of songs showcases both her songwriting talents as well as her in-studio vocal and instrumental accomplishments. Brittany Lee Moffitt looks forward to sharing more of her own music, but no matter the song, as long as she's singing, she's satisfied.

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