When The Britt Lloyd Band merged in 2003, the thirst for new, edgy, and intriguing music in Texas and the South was on the rise. Despite a market attraction to a mainstream sound across Texas, both rock and country music resided in TBLB’s bones, and the crossroad of the two served as a rendezvous point for the band’s gathering. Thus, the answer that so many looked for in a new and innovative sound found its home in the ears of a fast growing number of TBLB listeners.
Today, The Britt Lloyd Band continues to maintain a harmonious tie between country and rock, and continues to attract droves of faithful fans through both touring and radio. With the release of the debut record “Unlabeled” in early 2006, the singles “Chokin’ On Air” and “Day In, Day Out” have made leaps up the Texas Music Charts, rising to within the top third of the charts. The record was also ranked in the top 100 Texas Music Albums of 2006. Fans also have their opportunities to witness TBLB’s energy-packed shows at many major venues and events around Texas. New and returning listeners alike are amazed and wowed by the energetic sound that the group offers and they are quick to tell you that this group has just the right chemistry, and edge to entertain. Equipped with a commanding voice, catchy guitar hooks and riffs, and creative songwriting, Britt fronts an experienced ensemble composed of hard-driving, steady drums, technical and tasteful bass lines, and filling harmonies that will leave fans starving for the encore. Sharing the stage and working with artists such as Stoney Larue, Wade Bowen, Randy Rogers, Kevin Fowler, Charlie Robison, Phil Pritchett, Honeybrowne, Bleu Edmonson, and Mickey And The Motorcars, TBLB continues to put skins on the wall and establish itself more and more as a household name. With sweeping momentum, new sponsorships, and enthusiastic backing, The Britt Lloyd Band is quickly gaining the reputation and clout that guarantees them not to disappoint or lose speed any time soon.