Brandon Reynolds & This Afternoon
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Brandon Reynolds & This Afternoon


Band Americana Rock


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"Lunch in Lisbon Folk-Rock Hit"

"I have been playing Brandon Reynolds in my car when I drive, on my iPod, and for my friends whenever they’re in my room, because I love discovering new music and sharing it when it’s good. If you’re into bluegrass, blues, or even country, you will be into Brandon Reynolds, so keep an eye out for him on the music scene."

Read full article: - The Dickinsonian

"Brandon Reynolds provides soothing sounds for fans"

"Reynolds recently put out his debut album, “Lunch in Lisbon,” with producer Michael Starr. “Lunch in Lisbon” is a six-track CD that is perfect for cruising in your car or jamming while walking to class."

"From the raw, smooth sound of “Cold Winter Day” to the more upbeat twang of "Bringing It All Back Home,” the disc is an addition to your iTunes library that will never get old. “Lisbon Girl” is the prefect theme song for road tripping with friends to unknown destinations. All around, Reynolds’ debut album is a collaboration of fast and slow, melodic yet coarse songs that will give you a new perspective of folk-rock."

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- The Etownian

"Reynolds leads listeners through his long journey"

"’s by far the best record that I’ve reviewed that the Captain’s Log has received. Four stars out of five."

Read full article: - The Captain's Log


Lunch in Lisbon EP (Fall 2007)



Four fine fellows decided to form a band. They met at a dusty jukebox in a dusty bar, in a dusty town, over dusty beers. Minds met over small talk, and, on that Afternoon, an understanding emerged. They then played music.

“Pacific Americana” they exclaimed, and that’s what it is. The blacksmith, Zack Smith, educated in the fine musical arts, wields the mighty upright bass. Charles Scheinblum, hailing from the North-East, a
fine percussionist. Michael Starr strokes the fiddle and electric guitar with precision and ease. Brandon Reynolds, child of a rusty harmonica and
a whiskey jug, sings. The music, a product of their origins.

Deep pounding, gentle stumming, fine humming, bow massaging, sticks beating. Moving, swaying, jumping, smiling, laughing, imbibing, feeling.

Find these fellows, befriend them. You’ll find them at any public house, anywhere. They generally sport beards, and hunt for sport. They generally are specific about what they like, and don’t. They are fun, and funny looking. They laugh a lot, and smile from time to time. They will be happy to share their music.