Monday, June 22, 2015

SD County Fair JULY 2

  
 Join us at the San Diego County Fair in Del Mar JULY 2 at 4:30pm
We'll be rockin' the Coors Light Stage. All Ages.
Followed by Sara Petite and later, The Highwayman

Here's a couple of awesome photos by Dennis Andersen 
from one of our recent Brawley BarRoom Ball shows!

 



Friday, May 29, 2015

New Brawley T-shirts


New, limited edition Brawley t-shirts. Get yours HERE

Soft, white print on black Next Level T-shirt. Unisex.
S - M - L - XL

Will ship international!

Thursday, April 23, 2015

May 20 >> our next BarRoom Ball


We've put together a fantastic bill for May 20's BarRoom Ball at Belly Up Tavern.

We're proud to present to you a night sure to have you rockin' on your feet! Show starts at 8pm sharp, with Brawley at 8pm, The Freightshakers at 9pm, and Sara Petite at 10pm. 

  Here's a little bit about our guests:

Sara Petite & The Sugar Daddies >> Sara Petite is a gifted singer-songwriter who possesses the unique ability to reach the hearts and souls of fans young and old. She has the rare gift to craft songs that appeal equally, but are interpreted differently by fans of diverse perspectives. This comes through in her live performances as well. A true original, Sara's music does not conveniently fit into any one musical genre or sub-category, but rather traces her influences in country, bluegrass, rock and folk, and emerges into a sound completely her own. As welcome in senior citizen centers as she is in biker bars, nightclub venues and festivals, Sara is as American as apple pie and Harley Davidson. She is gritty, she is wild, she is tender with a soul of a child.

Freightshakers >> Ameripolitan Award Winner 2015, Outlaw Country >> So while everyone sits around moaning the blues about the "death of the LA Country scene"...these boys fly a big finger in the face of the 70's rock that is being passed off as country music on the radio. Led by Gethen Jenkins who arrived in Southern California via West Virginia and Alaska (somebody get that boy a damn map!!) these boys are keeping country alive regardless of FM radio. Throw on a worn-out truckers cap, pop open something cold and cheap, and get ready for a good time!