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The best kept secret in music


"Bristow Review"

Bristow combines smooth vocals, creative melodies, and talented musicianship to form a modern pop culture experience. Their music makes you bob your head and sing along to the well thought out jams of their nutritionaly starved college minds. Songs like "Downtown" carry Bristow beyond your typical college band. They find a way to deliver a melody you will keep singing long after the song is over.

Jeff Gunkel

EMI Publishing - EMI Publishing


Bristow Demo <2004>
*Currently working on new CD, should be released June 3rd *


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Brief on Bristow

Originating as a jam band in the halls of Oklahoma State University, this group of talented musicans quickly rose to be reguarded as the next big thing across college campuses. bristow is known for having not just incredible songs but incredible musicians. When the nations best musicians come together you cant help but be enthralled with their performance, their talent, and their passion. With musicians such as Aaronn Bonnett (drums), Brandon Birdwell (vocals/acoustic guitar), Ted Kuchell(electric guitar/background vocals), and Chris Rhoads(Bass) , the names alone tend to bring out the masses to the band's performances. Chris Rhoads, who is currently sponsored by Warrior Instruments said, " We feel so lucky just to be able to play together and do what we love, we really had no idea we would develop such a following." This Stillwater based band has temporarily put touring on hold as they begin to focus and write their new upcoming CD. Brandon Birdwell, the band's frontman, explained "We really want to focus on just writing and putting out a CD that we can really get into and be proud of, We want somthing that will capture the essence of our sound and what we are wanting to express. This isn't just music, it's our lives." You can find more about bristow in the coming months, be ready to see this group change the very way we look at music as well as the very standard we set for musicianship.