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Brother Howe / Press

"...suits and telecasters mixed with upbeat rock and roll. They make music that requires you to drink beer and put on your music fan hat – with a wink to the fifties country aesthetic and a nod to the guitar/bass/drums format of rock n’ roll throughout the decades"

“The twang of Brother Howe falls somewhere between Social Distortion, Hank Williams and Reverend Horton Heat. Band members...mix originals with lickety-split cover renditions of tunes such as Weezer’s “Undone (The Sweater Song)” and Williams’ “Long Gone Lonesome Blues.” All in all, a dandy cowpunk debut.”

““The band also tackles Weezer’s “Undone (The Sweater Song)” and breathes a little new life into the song as it is reborn as a punkish-country number. The band of course tips its cap to outlaw country legends such as Johnny Cash frequently...at times sounding like a slower version of Reverend Horton Heat.” - vocalsontop.com ”

"Brother Howe are the real deal. I'm not sure if independent of their own description I would have come up with Country Punk, but it'll do.  I would likely call it good music.  Great songs, well played.  And yes, that is a Weezer cover - a good one too."

JOE WOLF-MAZERES - EAR TO THE GROUND

“The rock-meets-country-meets-punk sound is unique, upbeat and catchy.”

Tricia Woolfenden - Grand Rapids Press

“This bands Country Punk sound caught the community of Grand Rapids attention”

Yvonne Glasgow - Music Revue