Brother Howe, “American Man” – The twang of Brother Howe falls somewhere between Social Distortion, Hank Williams and Reverend Horton Heat.
Band members Jason, Jeri and Nathan Howe and Ash Snyder 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.
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http://localspins.com/?p=1033 Brother Howe American Man
This is a Country Punk quartet from Holland, MI – 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 band is not in full character but merely an odd mix of influences. Highlights include the title track and the fact that they covered Weezer’s Sweater Song and managed to make it even weirder. Go to brotherhowe.com for music and good times.
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