The Prince Brothers

The Prince Brothers

 Toronto, Ontario, CAN

The Prince Brothers have a warm and organic sound that puts them in a unique place for a pop rock band. Usually those adjectives are reserved for artists that dwell in folksier territory but The Prince Brothers take those roots and accentuate them with grand choruses and addictive hooks.


The Prince Brothers are a pop/rock band from Toronto, Ontario.

Formed in 2004 they have released one full length album (From This Place) and one EP (Cedar Shakes).

The Prince Brothers currently have two singles in rotation at CBC Radio 2; "Take That Away" and "In Pairs".

The band comes from a long line of talent including; Chris Osti on bass, Ben Kobayashi on keyboards and David Paoli plays guitar. Bryan Prince plays drums and sings lead vocals while brother Eric plays guitar and sings back-up vocals.

The Prince Brothers' live show is one of high calibration. Remarkable musicianship, the brothers band have played many shows over many years. They hosted a weekly residency at Toronto's Cameron House from 2007- 2009, collectively the band have played shows with bands such as the Barenaked Ladies, The Tragically Hip, The Bidini Band, Yukon Blonde, Cuff The Duke and many more.

The Prince Brothers have collaborated with the likes of Michael Phillip Wojawoda (Barenaked Ladies, Rheostatics), Melanie Doane, Steven Page, Jennifer LFO and Paul Langlois (The Tragically Hip).

The Prince Brothers are currently releasing a series of singles as a part of a collection, now available on iTunes.
'Bruise', is the latest single in the series.


Cedar Shakes EP
From This Place
Take That Away (single)
In Pairs (single)
Winter (single)
Bruise (single)

Set List

Someway Somehow/Dial Tone/It's Me & It's You/'Til Death Do Us Part/Sorrow/Elton John/Everyone/My Girlfriend/Any Longer/From This Place/Take That Away/Birds Eye View/Dorothy/In Pairs/ Winter/Death On Boyce's Road/Goodbye Goodnight/The Appointment/At The Edge/Minnow/Lemon Shaker

Suffragette City - David Bowie
Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere - Neil Young
No One Knows - Queens Of The Stone Age
War On War - Wilco