Powerful with an electrifying presence with vocal talents that rival musical legends Sylvester, Divine and Madonna. Emerging like Venus from the Sea, Bebe Sweetbriar emerged 10 years ago from the holy see of Saint Aidan’s Episcopal Church in San Francisco.
Exploding quickly into the DRAG and music scene not only in the Bay Area but beyond, Bebe soon became a favourite of DJ’s around the globe with her strong vocal prowess and wickedly brilliant lyrics. Dramatic and conspicuous stunning performances come through with such dynamism both live and listening. Her current song “I Wantchu Back” (Remixes) are topping the CHARTS and THE POPS around the globe from clubs to Spotify! Bebe have a tonne of special anniversary events planned for around the BAY AREA check out her website or Facebook page for diary updates www.BeBeSweetbriar.com
You can hear her NEW song just #ticthatTUNE https://play.spotify.com/album/1RXZuzkMTBzPf0rd8A5IKw?play=true&utm_source=open.spotify.com&utm_medium=open
Some quick info on BeBe Sweetbriar – she graced every notable stage in the City on the Bay. She has been the opening act for Destiny’s Child Kelly Rowland, Ugly Bettys Alec Mapa, Frenchie Davis and Billboard Dance Divas Kristine W. and Luciana. Ms. Sweetbriar introduced her first dance single, Save Me written with DJ Pornstar in 2012, followed by “Free To Be Me” (DJ Pornstar) and “Show It Off” (Tyler Smith). The beginning of 2016 will be Sweetbriar’s biggest release to date on Hit Save Music with a cover of the Pussy Cat Dolls 2005 hit “DON’T’CHA” featuring Leo Frappier (producer/remixer) distributed worldwide through the Orchard. On August 2, Sweetbriar released her first original song co-written with Leo Frappier “I Wantchu Back” which has continued BeBe’s presence on the DJ and dance radio charts across the world. In 2016 alone, BeBe has headlined the main stages of the LGBT Expo in New York City, the San Francisco Pride Festival, the Bronx NY Pride Celebration and Health Fair, has just been headlining act for the closing celebration of the Pink Season in October in Hong Kong, China