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Brasher/Bogue / Press

“* “These guys are truly one of the undiscovered gems in Nashville. They're both fantastic writers and their songs are defined by a "real man's" attitude -- not cocky or brash, but genuine and open. And we're excited to feature their brand of music on No Shoes Radio!” - Jon Anthony, GM/PD of Kenny Chesney's No Shoes Radio and former VP/Country Programming of SIRIUS XM”

Jon Anthony - Kenny Chesney's No Shoes Radio

“MINDEN — Dustin Bogue knows Nebraska. Although he was born in Iowa and now lives in Nashville, Bogue spent summers in Columbus as a teenager. “My uncle had a company that poured concrete in Columbus,” Bogue said in an interview from Music City. “For about three or four summers in a row, he would take me off my mom’s hands — keep me out of trouble — and he’d put a damn sledge hammer or shovel in my hands, put me to work and teach me how to get after it.” These days Bogue is more likely to have a guitar in his hands as he tours the country as part of Brasher/ Bogue, a country music duo responsible for such music as “By God” and “Real Friends.” Brasher/Bogue will perform at 7:30 p.m. June 13 at Minden Opera House as part of Gone Country concert series. Tickets are $12 at the door. Bogue’s relationship with Andy Brasher evolved around songwriting. “We’re very much about the songs,” Bogue said. “We try to have a credible message to each of the songs. Our”

“- "'Drivin' with the Devil'" is ready for the radio. If you're playing Jason Aldean and Brantley Gilbert (and you are), you should absolutely play Brasher/Bogue. Great attitude to spare. Terrific lyric. This is the kind of country music--I call it 'blue collar country'--that's exploding at country radio. Don't take my word for it; take your listeners' word for it. Brasher/Bogue has arrived right on time."”

“- “Driving With The Devil" is a rare and powerful song that has you visualizing along with the lyric. These guys are so bad ass!” ”

Matt Fisher (program director @ 92.9 the Moose)

“-"Drivin' with the Devil is a fantastic new song from the minds of Andy Brasher and Dustin Bogue. It's gritty, powerful and as country as crabapple cobbler. This one will make you want to put the pedal to the metal and listen over and over again. My listeners are hooked!"”

“Friday, March 16, 2012 Storm Lake Pilot Tribune Rising Nashville duo Brasher/Bogue will continue to make northwest Iowa their second home. There will be at leat two chances to catch a concert - Brasher/ Bogue opens for David Nail at LakeFest June 15-16 in Storm Lake, and will kick off the 2012 Live at the Lakes concert series on the plaza at Arnolds Park Amusement Park June 23 at 7:30 p.m.. The duo made a big hit at the first Lakefest in Storm Lake last summer. Dustin Bogue is a native of Sac City. Brasher/Bogue began five years ago simply as two "Real Friends" writing songs together. From that relationship Andy Brasher and Dustin Bogue became an insightful, dynamic combination that people are connecting with on a very personal level, both through their lyrics and the melodic blending of their strong vocal talents. ”

“BRASHER/BOGUE TAPPED TO PERFORM OFFICIAL HARD ROCK CAFE (INSERT CITY) PRE-PARTY FOR THE CORONA PRESENTS "KENNY CHESNEY GOING COASTAL TOUR 2011" Brasher/Bogue has been tapped to perform the official Hard Rock pre-parties for the 2011 Corona Presents Kenny Chesney’s “Goin' Coastal” tour. The event will be held in Atlanta, Washington DC, Chicago, Green Bay, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Seattle, New York, Detroit and Boston. The Hard Rock Cafe in each of these cities will host a live performance by Nashville-based, country rock music duo Brasher/Bogue, followed by a meet and greet in support of their debut album The Brasher/Bogue Project (2009). To learn more about the duo, visit their website at www.brasherbogue.com Chesney, an avid music fan, has traditionally embraced a wide cross section of artists, from Kid Rock to Dave Matthews to Grace Potter, his finger is always on the pulse. ”

"Country Music Is Love" has been amazingly supportive since the release of "The Brasher/Bogue Project" in 2009. It is a professional up to date and incredibly run sight dedicated to all things country. Take a look at what they have to say about Brasher/Bogue!

“Here is a great story from radio-info.com and I thought I share. An interesting story from the halls of Country Radio Seminar last week: No Shoes Radio programmer Jon Anthony was talking about some of the left-field acts that had wound up on the eclectic Internet station built around Kenny Chesney. Many of them were acts that Chesney had discovered himself. “Grant Haze is an artist who was performing at a club in the islands that Kenny met and brought back some music for NSR. We also play an artist called Mishka, again, someone with a Caribbean vibe, and Entrain. And there’s a Country duo here in Nashville called the Brasher/Bogue Project. “Then we have a rock band called BreakLeg, which is a few guys in Kenny’s crew and band, that are making a serious go of doing their own project,” Anthony adds. “If Kenny or I are in a venue, anywhere, and hear something that fits NSR, we’ll go buy the CD right off the merchandise table!” ”

“Kenny Chesney‘s “No Shoes Radio” will host a flood relief benefit concert tonight in Nashville. Singer/songwriters Brasher/Bogue will headline the event with their “Brasher/Bogue & Real Friends @ The Hard Rock” series that has been temporarily displaced from downtown Nashville’s Hard Rock Cafe due to flooding. Other artists set to appear include David Nail and Blaine Larsen, as well as special guests Daryle Singletary and Jeremy McComb. “No Shoes Radio” partners will be matching donations and providing other surprises to help raise funds for the Nashville Red Cross. If you’re in Nashville, $5 gets you in the door at the Tin Roof for this great event… and if you’re not in Nashville, you’re in luck – you can listen to the event live on “No Shoes Radio” beginning at 5:00pm CST tonight.”

“Ok ladies… some of you really like a man with boyish charm. You like to see a big heart and humble disposition, even in the light of fame. A ball cap, a t-shirt… snappy casual. Think Kenny, or Tom Hanks, or Peyton Manning. Honorable and trustworthy by all appearances. A high degree of like-ability. On the other hand, some of you like the ink. And a piercing here or there. Facial hair and a pony tail. You like the hint of danger behind a bouquet of roses. A little mysterious – something deeper lurking under the black leather. A rocker edge. Dare I say… a bad boy? All of you however, love good music. Effortless harmonies and mad guitar skills. Lyrics that tell poignant stories. Songs so good they really shouldn’t end. Meet my new friends Andy Brasher and Dustin Bogue, two sweet midwestern boys who embody all of the above. They are the total package. I like to see good guys do well. CLICK LINK TO READ MORE...”

“Brasher/Bogue is hosting a monthly showcase at The Reverb Room in Nashville's Hard Rock Cafe. Each month, The "Brasher/Bogue & Real Friends" event series will feature some of their favorite bands and acts. Jon Anthony will be hosting the festivities, and Fresh Films will be filming. The duo finished up their album, "The Brasher/Bogue Project" in July of 2009, and have been playing shows outside of Nashville since then. They also will be releasing their first video for the song, "Real Friends" at their March 9th show at The Reverb Room. ”

“An interesting story from the halls of Country Radio Seminar last week: No Shoes Radio programmer Jon Anthony was talking about some of the left-field acts that had wound up on the eclectic Internet station built around Kenny Chesney. Many of them were acts that Chesney had discovered himself. “Grant Haze is an artist who was performing at a club in the islands that Kenny met and brought back some music for NSR. We also play an artist called Mishka, again, someone with a Caribbean vibe. And Entrain. And there’s a Country duo here in Nashville called Brasher/Bogue.”

“The Brasher/ Bogue Project Dustin Bogue and Andy Brasher are two young singer song writers that paid there dues big time before moving to Nashville. They both played the clubs and Honky Tonks all over the Midwest and South. Long time friends they would get together and write. Before long The Brasher/Bogue Project was born. Now known as Music City USA, Nashville like Hollywood in the 80s has turned into were young musicians flock to earn there fame. Places like the Bluebird Cafe and the Wildhorse are replacing the Rainbow and the Whisky a Go-Go as the place to be seen.The answers in blue are Dustin Bogue! The answers in green are Andy Brasher! CLICK THE LINK TO GO READ THE INTERVIEW! ”

““Play “By God” and see what happens. There are a lot of people who say this to themselves and to their friends. Andy and Dustin are now singing it. Again, just watch what happens."”

Dave Spencer (Afternoon Personality/Music Director), 92.5 WBKR (Owensboro, KY) - WBKR

"Every once in a while you hear a song that is so well crafted, it makes you think, makes you believe and makes you proud. 'By God' by Brasher/Bogue is exactly that! The tune fills your heart with country and lifts your spirits as an American. My listeners love it! 'By God', I do believe Brasher/Bogue has a hit on their hands"

Chris Conn "ConMan" (host of ConMan Radio Show Renegade Radio Nashville) - Conman Radio

“ "By God drips pride, patriotism and conviction! Brasher/Bogue gives yet another perfect example of why I love country music!" ”

Matt Fisher (Program Director at KKIA 92.9 The Moose) - KKIA