Blew our first breaker of the year last night at Pandora’s of Grayton Beach for 30A Songwriters Festival. The 6th annual festival featured performances by artists Graham Nash, Leon Russell, Jason Isbell and Luther Dickinson. Our set Saturday night rocked; great crowd, room filled to capacity. Big shout out to everyone who came and showed us their love.
Thanks to Lauren Reinlie for this video and all her hard work covering the fest.
With help From the folks at Central Square Records in Seaside, FL, we are throwing an early release party for our self titled album, ‘TOB’ (The Owsley Brothers) on Friday, November 21st at 6pm.
Show up to buy an early release copy of ‘TOB’ —- catch an exculsive live performance of brand new material —–
Get your free limited print album poster ——— free beer keg by Grayton Beer Company ——
Watch the premiere of a documentary on the making of ‘TOB’ —— and as always, the original TOB oil wheel light show
Just confirmed: The Owsley Brothers self titled album, ‘TOB’, was selected to by CIMS & “Under The Radar” for Featured Album for the months of December & January. The album will be highlighted in independent music stores across the nation. Since 1995 the fine folks at the Coalition of Independent Music Stores (CIMS) have helped to shine a light on America’s independent stores & artists via National Record Store Day, black Friday, & monthly sponsored events. We are stoked and honored to be included. More details to come..
premiere of ‘Diamond In The Raw’_______brand new track—-> brand new music video______first track off of upcoming album “TOB”, official release date December 2nd—-> pre order on iTunes now.
the video concept was to film 11 kids and their true reactions to the track, ‘Diamond In The Raw’. the rest fell into place
a short documentary about the making of the album to come soon
Lots of good stuff happening in The Owsley Brothers’ world. The upcoming album, “TOB”, has recently been sent off to be pressed. The album includes songs “Flash In a Pan”, “Don’t Mind Dyin'”, and some never heard before material. In conjunction with the expected release date of mid November, the details of a listening party party to celebrate the album’s release are being planned out.
On the live ticket, word has been spreading of the complex sounds of The Owsley Brothers. Venues and festivals alike have been reaching out to bring the band’s energy and creative approach to their stages. This next week, the band is proud to have been picked to play the annual “Art In Concert” in Montgomery, AL. The event is put on by Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts and has featured bands like St. Paul & The Broken Bones. Friday, October 10, 7pm. For more info visit http://mmfa.org/.
On November 1st, the band will be a part of All Saints Day Festival 2014. This is a multi-venue event starting at 4pm-11pm. Time of the show has yet to be announced, but you can catch them at All Saints Hopyard. For more info visit http://www.allsaintshopyard.com/.
Even with all of these happenings, the guys are hard at it in the studio. The semiweekly sessions held at Magnetic Head Studios has provided for an abundant collection of over 30 preproduction songs. Recording will start this month on a 7 or 8 track concept album based on a storyline dreamt up by J.E. Reynolds. Also, be on the look out for free single track releases after the release of “TOB”. The Owsley Brothers love to send their new sounds out into the galaxy.
We are stoked for the premier of “Flash In a Pan”. It is the second track off the band’s upcoming album, “TOB”, due out in October. You can download it for free at https://owsleybros.bandcamp.com/track/flash-in-the-pan.
Big thanks to everyone who came out and made our last minute changed date show at Pandora’s a huge success. It was reassuring to see so many unique and mysterious music lovers, audience and band alike, showing out in numbers to make a great night. Check out the article by Josette Rhodes from 30A Songwriter’s Radio for a recap of the night.
Due to forces out of our control, our show that was scheduled for this Saturday, May 24th has been changed to this Tuesday, May 20th. We apologize sincerely for any inconvenience this may cause. If possible please come out to show your support for a band that will show you their unique take on music. We might not play a familiar pop song, but we deal out an honest and creative effort of four individuals who have a deep understanding and appreciation for music.