In his role booking bands at watering holes and music venues such as the now legendary Two Bells Tavern to recent residencies at Cafe Racer, as well as producing cable access TV show Bongo Corral, Earl Brooks has been a dedicated supporter of indie music and a purveyor of fine tunes in Seattle for a very long time.
Over the years Earl has led such bands as the Wigglin' Tatters, Blood of the Lamb Band and Crop Circles.
Here are a few more words written about Earl for the Seattle Weekly by Gwen Elliott:
"For every Seattle band that hits the big time, an incalculable number continue to labor on the scene below the radar. One such artist is Earl Brooks... Combining the calculated, slow drawl of Cass McCombs with the world-weary melancholy of Townes Van Zandt, Brooks is proof positive that if you love what you do but can’t get a break, you just have to find a place to hunker down and hammer it out any way you can."
We recently saw Greg Dember in a rare show with his full band and we were so entranced by his music that we had to ask him to join the Drums & Wires Recordings catalog, and he said yes!
Here are a few words about Greg and his music, "...a singer, pianist, ukulelist and writer of wonderfully imaginative and downright catchy songs about everyday people; shining a light on the extraordinary and the mundane that exists within us all."
What's not to love about that?!
Check out Greg's artist page to read more and explore his music. We're pretty sure you'll love it as much as we do.