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The Powell Brothers [email protected]
THE POWELL BROTHERS is an American Country duo fronted by brothers Taylor Powell (lead vocals, guitar, bass) and Blake Powell (vocals, bass, guitar). With a unique blend of genres, thoughtful lyrics and superb musicianship, they have garnered and vast and diverse following. Releases include The Powell Brothers (2014 - EP), RCA Studio A Day 1 (2015 - EP), Introducing The Powell Brothers (2017 - EP), Leave On The Light (2019 - Full Length Album), Twenty Twenty (2021 - EP) and the single "Hopeless" (2021). The Powell Brothers kicked off 2021 by releasing "Twenty Twenty," a five track EP featuring the hit radio single "How It's Done." Taylor, Blake, drummer Mike Bishop Smith and sound engineer Blake Sessions spent lots of time together working on new music during the coronavirus pandemic. The team hunkered down at "The Farm," a barn converted into an audio/video studio on The Powell Brothers' farm outside of Houston, Texas. After several weeks of collaborating, the band emerged from the barn with a new edgy, hard hitting sound with major attitude. The signature sound features powerful electric guitar riffs backed by a driving drum beat and gritty bass tones. The band immediately recorded five songs from The Powell Brothers' catalogue of released material. The result was "Twenty Twenty," a pulse pounding, addictive musical elixir blending elements of County and Rock in a unique way that is unmistakably The Powell Brothers. After releasing "Twenty Twenty" on February 5, 2021, Taylor and Blake Powell vowed to continuously push out new music throughout 2021. The Powell Brothers held true to their promise and just thirty days later, the group dropped the new single "Hopeless." Don't let the title fool you; this song is a roll the windows down, crank the volume up and put your foot on the gas Spring/Summer anthem! Blake Powell explains the song title like this: "Hopeless is based on all the backhanded compliments we've received on our journey from making music our lives to making music our livelihood. This song is for everyone who followed their dreams no matter what people said along the way." The single is available now on all streaming sites, including Spotify, Apple Music, iTunes, Amazon Music, Google Play, Pandora and more. The Powell Brothers' music really comes to life in their high energy live show. The group is featured at major music festivals across the United States, including o Oregon Jamboree (Sweet Home, Oregon) o Bands In The Backyard Music Festival (Pueblo, Colorado) o Merchants & Music Festival (Fort Thomas, KY) o Way Out West Fest (El Paso, TX) o Ziegenbock Music Festival (Corpus Christi, TX) o Oyster Ridge Music Festival (Kemmerer, WY) o Sweet Pea Music Festival (Bozeman, MT) o Corn Palace Festival (Mitchell, South Dakota) to name a few. The band's superb musicianship and exciting, high-energy live show has landed them on stage with support some of the biggest names in Country music, including o Jon Pardi o Lee Brice o Brothers Osborne o Josh Tuner o Billy Currington o Cody Johnson o Gary Allan o Granger Smith o Parker McCollum o Eli Young Band and o Trace Adkins. Taylor and Blake Powell have many interests outside of music, including sports. The brothers found a way to combine their passions for music and sports by performing collegiate and professional sporting events, including recent performances at o NFL Playoffs o NHL Draft o MLB World Series o National Finals Rodeo o Las Vegas Bowl o Valero Alamo Bowl o Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl and o Frisco Bowl. Additionally, Taylor & Blake Powell have sang "The Star-Spangled Banner" before Houston Astros, San Diego Padres, Detroit Tigers, Milwaukee Brewers, Texas Rangers and FC Dallas games. When asked about The Powell Brothers' explosive growth and what the future holds, Taylor Powell explains: "It all boils down to this; good songs and good people. We are committed to the craft of songwriting. Our goal is to make every song and every album better than the last, and to surround ourselves with the best people." Blake Powell echoes his brother's thoughts and adds: "Our goal is to deliver recorded music and live performances worthy of the love and support we are so blessed to receive." For more information on The Powell Brothers, including a full list of tour dates, links to recorded music, live music videos, merchandise and more, please visit the band's official website at www.PowellBrothersmusic.com
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