Alright well I’m very excited to bring this musical duo to the site today. Brown Bird’s genre can be described as a blues, outlaw country, roots rock, early American folk, Gypsy and Eastern European musical medley that will leave any audience in amazement and groovy splendor.
I found the band while in the trenches of a Bearding Forum and have only Amazing things to say for the group. Take notice to the lead singers… pile of a beard (trying its heart out to reach towards his eyeballs) it’s a big one, and only ads to the bands unique appearance and sound.
Brown Bird’s History
In all honesty I don’t know what to call Brown Bird. I listen to a lot of music, across a lot of genres, and yet still don’t want to put any title (folk, acoustic, blues) on the band because I feel it would only belittle the.
The duo you see now is actually the remains of a once fiver person band. The singer and bassist you see there actually play around ten instruments between the two. Making any listener understand why it’s just a “two” person band now.
Whether it was artistic differences or just arguing, I’m happy the band is down to a strong duo style piece; one of which I will be a fan of for years. Lets take a look at the members and all that they do…
David Lamb (the heavily bearded front man): an Ohio native that plays guitar, banjo, percussion, and vocals.
MorganEve Swain (the tattooed, musically advanced, and nose pierced rocker bassist) – A musically inclined lady that plays violin, viola, cello, upright bass, and vocals.
The duo seems to be doing great things, and making even better music. I hope everyone checks them out and digs them as much as I do. For more Beard Tunes Tuesday read along, comment below, and thank you for reading the blog.