Brother Levee

Fri, Feb 21 @ 8:00 pm ( Doors: 7:00 pm )
All Ages
Additional Info
Friday February 21st, 2020
7PM Doors/8PM Show
$7 ADV/$10 DOS

Brother Levee
Hailing from Memphis, TN, Brother Levee is an up and
coming pop-rock band with a sound reminiscent of bands
such as The Killers, Kings of Leon and Moon Taxi. Forming
only recently in 2018, the band has already garnered
attention from local radio stations, event promoters, and
prominent record labels alike. Quickly rising to the top of the
Memphis music scene, the four-man group has slowly begun
attracting larger crowds, selling out local venues such as
Growlers and Hi-Tone. The buzz created by the band’s high
energy shows led to them being asked to play larger events
such as Memphis’s Cooper-Young Festival, Mississippi
State’s Bulldog Bash, and more. Their debut EP, Leave a
Light on for Me, was released in late June of 2019, and has
since received over 10,000 streams on Spotify and Apple
Music, respectively.

Watson Maack
Watson Maack is an indie rock artist from Wyomissing, PA who now resides in Nashville, TN. He's spent most of his life growing in faith and playing music. Maack finds his inspiration from artists such as Ben Rector, Colony House, and Jon Foreman. Through writing and performing, he has found a love to connect with people through his songs.
In April 2019, Maack released his debut single "Right One" on all streaming platforms. Maack had the pleasure of working with Jason Wozniak and Mike Cervantes (The Foxboro) on mixing and mastering. With releasing "Right One" , he has gained a following through out his origin area of Pennsylvania, as well as his new homeland in Nashville.
Over the past few months, Maack has traveled to play many shows including Creation Festival, touring the Northeast, and headlining venues with the most recent being Rocketown in Nashville.
Maack has since then released his debut EP "Safety" on December 6th, 2019 on all online platforms.

Drew Elliott
Drew Elliott is a singer/songwriter, guitarist born & raised outside of Pittsburgh, PA. He picked up the guitar at the age of 10 after his older brother gave him the AC/DC album High Voltage, demanding he learn all the songs. Through learning the AC/DC catalog and performing locally in festivals and clubs, Drew built a relationship with music that allowed him to leave it all on the stage and escape into his favorite songs, a trait that invited any spectator to escape with him.

Brother Levee