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Sounds Like: Tom Petty, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Robert Plant, John Mayer, Allison Kraus
Label: Crooked Prairie
Manager: Daisy Pedersen
Bio: The term working class hero has long been used to define those who give up their dreams for the stability of a nine-to-five job. The social and economic upheaval of the past generation however has flipped the script. The true heroes of the working class are the ones who walk away in the pursuit o...See Full Bio
“8.5 out of 10 Singer/songwriter Jesse Brewster comes out of San Francisco and he releases a very impressive new album, March of tracks. It’s not just another typical singer-songwriter ish album, because it also contains clear influences from classic rock, altrock, folk and country. Jesse has got a fantastic voice and he recorded his new album in 12 months, focusing on 1 song every month, just like Gabriel Rios did. The material is quite catchy and pop melodies can be heard all throughout the record, which makes it a possible breakthrough album for Jesse. Highlights are definitely Left to Lose, World Closing In and Innocent Sinners. At times it reminds me a bit of Jack Johnson, but secretly there are also similarities to Tom Petty and Keith Urban. Besides being a great guitar player and vocalist, he is also able to write a fantastic tune, so that is what is making Jesse Brewster a hugely talented musician, who you urgently need to check out: http://www.jessebrewster.com”