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Brothers Green

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The best kept secret in music


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Four emancipated compositions comprise our first self titled release. "Wonderwoman", a revisiting to the roots of the blues, saw consistent sharing via Kansas City Community Radio (90.1 FM) courtesy of Mike Murphy and Legendary Blues Club Grand Emporium (former) owner Roger Nabor. 88.7 In Kirksville, Mo, home of Truman St. University also consistently offered to the community our impassioned work. "Reflections", an equally exhausting attempt to have the blues and his nephew hip-hop mingle, also recieved play on these stations; all around mid 2003 when the c.d. was first released.

Our quentisential composition is descriptively entitled "The Rise" and is often kept for exposing to audiences during live shows when the eye and the ear are in united front to withstand the full affect of a Brothers Green message.

"Second Hand News" is, not so simply, a blues interaction with the harsh reality of being brought to reality by those who love you most that the one you love most doesn't love you.

After making sure that we reasonably set the tone for ourselves...

Why it's Raining, our second release, was born...


Feeling a bit camera shy


Brothers Green is an unprecidented collective of humans, striving for reinvention of their own musical experience. The duty of four men and those very dear to them seems insurmoutable. The solutions, however, come as natural to them as the opening of a puppies eyes.

Brothers Green is remaining true to the tradions of musical mercinaries from the past, while becoming ensnared by the benifits and short comings of modern civilization. Let us take the plunge into what is unknown together.

God Bless the Dancers.