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“Thank You Brad!!! We enjoyed having you as our entertainment. Your band is terrific!!! Exactly the sound and vibe we are looking for. As you could see, our guests were all having a great time. I’ve asked Jami to stay in touch with you to see if you can do some more weekends for us. What do you think? Sincerely, Kerry ”
“I want to thank you for doing such a killer job playing at our Summit for Life - Storm the Stars kickoff party last Thursday at the Cantina Thank you for coming through for us. I heard so many positive comments about your performance. I really enjoyed your music. Thank you for helping us get off to a great start. I hope to see you this winter. All the best, Chris Klug ”
“Hope you had a good rest of your Saturday. Great seeing you. And THANKS for the publicity for the car expo! Did you see that large group of people come up to me the 2nd time you announced it?? It ended up being a HUGE success. Probably the largest crowd that we've ever seen up there. Gen”
“In the summer of 2006 along Highway 50 at the International Cafe in Austin, Nevada, "Fly" the bartender described Manosevitz as a "Texas music" player. "This term fairly reflects the acoustic counter-country folk rock sound that seems to find it's way through my voice, guitar, and song selection while simultaneously paying homage to my Texas roots and calling out experiences and memories that only miles on long Texas roads can inspire" Manosevitz says.”
“Manosevitz is influenced by artists such as Steve Earle, John Hiatt, The Grateful Dead, The Rolling Stones, Robert Earl Keen, Greg Brown, Bob Marley, Tom Petty, The Who, and Towns Van Zandt. Manosevitz has played shows all over Colorado and is finally bringing his unique style to Crested Butte.”
“Local Musician Brad Manosevitz adds a unique voice to contemporary singer-songwriting. Anyone else writing eloquent songs of Jewish history in a bluegrass vein? Manosevitz's worthy new CD, "Sounds Just Like I Pictured It," "Passover Song" is set alongside tunes about Johnny Cash, martial arts, traveling the West and powder days.”
“Brad Manosevitz on guitar and Dave Notor on dobro and mandolin bring their unique blend of "acoustic counter country," folk rock, bluegrass, and Americana from the Roaring Fork Valley. The duo will play at the Main Street Grill in Edwards on Friday at 10 pm. Entertaining and easy on the ears, these two have a love of soulful American roots music that they will share with you through their song selection and stories aquired over years of playing and witnessing great music”