Jesse Brewster
The Lost Church
Jesse Brewster
January
09
San Francisco, CA

Happy New Year errbody,

 

Just a reminder that we're playing a fun show tonight in SF at a great little venue called The Lost Church, one of the great listening rooms for acoustic music in the city.

 

Joining us on the bill is the soulful stylings of Joe Bagale Trio. If you've never heard or seen Joe before, I guarantee you'll be wearing a big smile after his set.

 

Show starts at 8, hope to see you there!

 

 -JB

         
         
 
Sat Dec 06 14 Santa Rosa, CA The Last Record Store  
 
Sat Jan 24 15 Oakland, CA Fox Theater Tickets
 
"Coming off the critical success of his last album, Wrecking Ball at the Concert Hall, San Francisco singer-songwriter/ guitarist Jesse Brewster is taking a different approach this time: one single per month for 12 months, leading to the release of his new album...His latest single, and third installment of his March of Tracks, “World Closing In” (May 7) is a gypsy-jazz influenced Americana song laced with soaring fiddle, choppy Bluegrass mandolin, guitar solos, Beach Boys reminiscent backing harmonies and a toe-tapping rhythm that will appeal to any musical taste. ...“Waiting For My Chance” (an uplifting song of desire and persistence) and the infectious and powerful “Can’t Keep a Good Man Down,” showcasing Brewster’s gritty vocals and featuring funk grooves, rich backbeat, soulful bass, drums and backing vocals as well as twangy guitar and classic rock riffs, proving that Brewster is truly a master of combining different influences, while still keeping authentic to his"  — Dan Harr, Music News Nashville
"Wrecking Ball at the Concert Hall is the second LP from Berkeley native country boy Jesse Brewster. Brewster is half rock star and half cowboy, and Wrecking Ball is 100% representative of both sides of his personality. The album opens with the up beat “All those Things I Said,” with its steel-toe boot tapping drum rhythm and smooth guitar licks. The next two tracks take a step back, with country ballads like “Fuel for the Fire” and “All She Deserves.” Things pick back up on “God Fearin’ Man,” a good ol’ fashioned drinking song with a funky Lynyrd Skynyrd riff, Brewster’s rugged vocals and a wailing guitar solo for an extra kick. The album isn’t just all guitars, bass and druns; in “Dive to Drown In” Brewster incoporates piano and organ for added dimension beneath his vocals. With equal parts alt-rock attitude and down south country twang, Jesse Brewster plays up both sides to really come into his own as a singer/songwriter."  — Emma Hernandez, Elmore Magazine
"Jesse Brewster has a unique Red Dirt voice that defies his California roots. The album begins with the anthemic "All Those Things I Said," which offers a melodic chorus and a passionate performance from Brewster. On "All She Deserves," Brewster is allowed to showcase his rich and passionate vocals the best. Likewise, the dark "Dive To Drown In" illustrates Brewster's Americana potential more than any other song…The hard-edged "God Fearin' Man" is a triumph that will have live audiences rockin' the night away…"Sometime" showcases Brewster's musical artistry more than any other song on the album. "Consider This" has much of the same charm, and listeners will get lost in the haunting vocal performance…"Wrecking Ball At The Concert Hall" is a truly unique album with elements of rock, folk, Americana and country..He has everything he needs to succeed..indeed, this only wets the appetite for more."  — BJ Jones, CountryChart.com
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