Watching Lexington, North Carolina native, Kingsley O’Brian McIntosh, performing is pure entertainment. His emotional tenor infused with dynamic “Gospel” stylings accent Brian’s depth of emotion, charm, and personality guided by an innate comedic timing that brings audience members through a gamut of emotions that soothe the soul.
At the age of 16, Brian began his professional singing career touring with the founder of Bill Pickney’s Original Drifters and would later join founding and naming vocalist of The Platters, Herb Reed.
Brian had a hit record called, True Love, charting number 1 on the Beach Music charts in 2016.
Reverend Thomas Spann & The Brooklyn Allstars, Al Green, Ollie Wilson of The Temptations, and his grandmother, Linda Sims, are a few of Brian’s many musical influences. playing the trumpet, tuba, bass guitar, or drums, spending time with his family
Brian is affectionately known as “Cuzin’ Brian,” after all, he exclaims, “we’re all cousins!”
When not singing, you’ll find Brian preaching the “Good Word” to anyone who’ll listen! You may also have an opportunity to see Brian, cheering on the Dallas Cowboys, serving as minister at his church, or in the kitchen cooking. No matter where he is, he will likely be telling jokes and loving life.