Brett Jerrett

Brett Jerrett

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Brett Jerrett is an 18 year old acoustic songwriter and singer from Sydney Mines, Nova Scotia. He plays a style of upbeat folk and indie music.

Biography

Brett Jerrett is an acoustic singer/songwriter from Sydney Mines, Nova Scotia. He began playing and writing his own material in 2006. His influences include artists such as: Kevin Devine, Elliott Smith, and Manchester Orchestra. He has been slowly and carefully working on new material and playing shows through the years. Eventually, he teamed up with Louisburg drummer, Dave Cann, to record and independently release his EP "Grow Up" in 2009 which includes five original songs that were recorded at Feret Hole Studios in Glace Bay. Since then he has been gradually developing a full-band to play his music live.

Some of his recent songs can be listened to at:
www.myspace.com/brettjerrett

Discography

2009 - Grow Up EP

Set List

Originals: Grow Up, Jonathan, For A Quiet Girl, Lola's Song, Terrible Talk, Spitting Fire.

Covers include artists such as: Kevin Devine, Elliott Smith, Manchester Orchestra, Wilco, Brian Bonz, Modest Mouse, Nirvana.