Multi-talented musician, bandleader, and actor, Dick Bright has been entertaining Bay Area audiences for many years.
In 1974 Dick came to the public’s attention as musical director of the Bay Area Music Awards known as the BAMMIES, where his thirty-piece rock and roll orchestra backed such local luminaries as Bonnie Raitt, Carlos Santana, and Huey Lewis for twelve years running.
In 1984 the “maestro” became musical director of the Fairmont Hotel’s legendary Venetian Room where he worked with such legends as Ella Fitzgerald, Tony Bennett, B.B. King, and James Brown.
Also a professional actor, Dick has appeared in such films as “Mrs. Doubtfire” with Robin Williams and “Metro” featuring Eddie Murphy.
Currently, Dick Bright runs several bands including the Dick Bright Orchestra, Club 90, and SRO, a nineteen-piece contemporary r & b show band performing for major corporations around the world, and the Dick Bright Orchestra which has played for many popular San Francisco events. Dick is also a local favorite performing the national anthem for the Giants, Warriors, and Forty Niners.