Sucka Brown

Sucka Brown

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Sucka Brown thumps out a hybrid Rock/R&B sound that's shaking hips across the country. With textured guitar sounds and pulsing rhythms, one listen to "What Elephant" is proof positive of why people dance.

Biography

In a world of look, sound and speak-a-likes, Sucka Brown bucks the musical trend like a mechanical bull on speed, coupling tracks packed with a soulful bounce and pop sensibility with a high energy live show that has been known to get the crowd moving. Formed in the latter days of 2003, Sucka Brown hit the road playing over 150 club and college shows in their two years together.

In the fall of 2005, Sucka Brown released their first full-length, college chart topping album entitled "Extra Medium", toured the eastern seaboard, and was nominated for a 2006 Boston Music award. Now, with their new album, What Elephant, hot off the presses, Sucka Brown is at it again. The record is already in rotation on AAA and college radio all accross New England and has been nominated for "Album of the Year" in the WBZ TV A-List.

On the road, Sucka Brown has shared the stage with numerous national acts like, She Wants Revenge, Ok Go, The All American Rejects, Reel Big Fish, American Hi-Fi, Rahzel(of The Roots), Punchline, Stroke 9, Quiet Drive, State Radio, Zox, Averi and The Paranoid Social Club.

Discography

2003 - The Orange EP
2005 - Extra Medium
2007 - What Elephant?

Set List

Sucka Brown's setlist includes the following 27 originals and covers and can last over 90 minutes:

Chainsaw Tweezer Farm
Cognizant Paranoi
Easy
Fall Classic
Fame & Money
Flatout
Gravity My Enemy
Guinea Pig
Look So Well
No Tell Motel
No Us In We
Playback
Public Transportation
Read This Letter
Save the Fool
Sideways
Six In One Hand
Take the Elevator
Throw Your Weight Around
Wait
Weirdo
What Elephant?

Some of the covers include "That's All" by Genesis, "Maneater" by Hall and Oates, "Psycho Killer" by the Talking Heads, and "Possum Kingdom" by the Toadies.