My Story

Vince Broomfield was born and raised in sunny Miami, Florida.  He is one of a large family of nine children!  Vince has been a featured sax player of many bands since the age of 15.  Vince was the saxophonist on the 1990's Miami based TV talk show MIAMI TONIGHT, KENDALL TOYOTA SHOW, which he performed live with MELBA MOORE, AUTURO SANDOVAL, and TITO PUENTE shortly before his death. Vince is also a keyboard player, vocalist, songwriter and producer.  He is the younger brother of 1980's R&B singer Eugene Wilde, who scored two #1 hits in 1985 (Gotta Get You Home With Me Tonight and Don't Say No Tonight) and also wrote the big hit for the Backstreet Boyz (I'll Never Break Your Heart). 
Vince has worked on the Dazz Band's album in the 80's, on the Lenny Kravitz album (Black and White America) and has worked with MILLIE VANILLI producer Frank Farian, as well as Stephanie Mills and Regina Belle's producer Nick Martinelli.  
In 2013, Vince released his first smooth jazz album, "So Incredible" (#1 album for nine weeks in Africa) and donates proceeds from the album to the Arielle Anacker Cancer Foundation, which helps children with cancer.  Vince released his album, "Extraordinaire" in late 2014, his third vocal R&B-Soul album, which reached #1 on the UK Soul Chart Top 30 in January of 2015 and stayed at #1 for three weeks!!   Vince released "You're Late Again Cinderella" in August, 2015 and "I Can't Wait (The Whoopie Song)" in November 2015. In 2016, Vince released the hit single "Who's That Beautiful Lady"  and in 2017, Vince released two smooth jazz singles, "Hey You" and "Jubilation".   After seeing and hearing about so much violent police corruption and brutality in recent times, Vince released his single, "Cautiously Optimistic" in April, 2018.