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Donny Brown & the Van-Dell Tones: Saginaw native Donny Brown, formerly drummer, vocalist & co-founder of the seminal Alt-Rock band The Verve Pipe will showcase new original material from his debut EP Hess Street along with fresh translations on many Verve Pipe classics. Redburn: With his mixture and hybrid of hard rock & Hip-Hop, Chris Redburn and company are packing in the clubs and scoring big with their newly released CD, Rock Hop. Brody & the Busch Rd. Trio: One of the most original and committed rock outfits on the scene, musically this group frames songwriter/vocalist Eric ‘Brody’ Braeutigam’s original songs with sounds drawn from both Classic Rock and America’s rich musical legacy of the Blues and Folk. Each song is an amalgamation of influences that results in something fresh and unique, possessing a divergent range of expression. The Distorted Waltz. This highly energized and creative rock quartet are musical anarchists hanging their instincts for coloration on catchy hooks and driven emotion. Their music is diverse yet familiar, exploring a kaleidoscope of sound that colors sepia toned excursions into the past and day-glow forays into the future. Avenue 5: This incredible line-up of musical talent possesses both strong musicianship and vocal harmonization guaranteed to pull audiences out of their seats. With musical sensibilities deeply seated in Motown, Rhythm & Blues, and popular dance music, it is impossible not to be drawn into the light emanating from the soulful and shimmering sounds they create. The Blues Sage Ramblers: This newly formed amalgamation consisting of veteran musicians Tom Dolson, Bob Hausler, James Nelson and Jim Spaulding create a cosmic hybrid of Americana, Outlaw Country, Blues, Rock & Soul. The Robertson Brothers Band: This newly formed group consists of brothers Mike & Scott Robertson and Rosco Selley from the esteemed group Maybe August, legendary Saginaw keyboardist Mike Thomas, and Micke McHenry on percussion. Leaning towards Americana they are also heavy on vocal harmonization and mix acoustic and electric presentations.
ISMA Gorilla Warfare Circuit Show #3 All proceeds will be used for charity
Sins in Stereo Album Release Show Ticket Price Includes A Copy Of The New Album
Sins In Stereo are playing their first pub show wsg: Brody and the Busch Rd Trio and The TomToms!!! Do not miss this..
Sounds Like: Pearl Jam, Bob Dylan, The Smashing Pumpkins, R.E.M.
Bio: *The exact date of Brody and the Busch Rd. Trio’s birth is hard to ascertain. The fuzziness of that date may be due to the whiskey and Budweiser involved. However, it could also be due to the fact that all four members have been friends for some time and their first few sessions involved nothing ...See Full Bio
: Brody and the Busch Rd Trio has a show on 04/12/2015 at 04:00 PM @ Lumber B... in Bay City, MI http://t.co/5ryu50dJR3 #concert
“FRANKENMUTH, MI — Brody and the Busch Rd. Trio is knocking at the door. Maybe it's the fresh new sound, maybe it's the youth, or it could be something in the water in Frankenmuth, a town that has given us the original sounds of Matt Besey and The Avery Set over the course of the past two decades. With the group's first full-length CD, "We're Just Visiting," having been released in May, the horizon looks mighty bright for the quartet. Produced at Andy Reed's Bay City-based Reed Recording Co., the band combines the music of the alternative '80s (think R.E.M. or U2) with the folk aesthetic of the '60s (Bob Dylan and The Byrds both come to mind). Combined with the ability to stretch out and jam live (think Black Crowes or My Morning Jacket), there is no local group sounding quite "like BBRT."”