Say Brother

photo by Jordan Blackmon

“”…we still had that funk-ass energy to it that we couldn’t get rid of,” LaFrance says. “We needed to get that out somehow, man.”

In a way, Say Brother is kind of an anachronism: These are young dudes playing decidedly old music, music heavily rooted in the blues, old-time country and early rock ‘n’ roll but delivered with drunken, punk rock swagger and barn jam conviction. ” – Patrick Wall, Free times

Say Brother live at El Burrito from Jordan Bee on Vimeo.

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