“'Summertime' opens with calming melodies, and it is juxtaposed with their smooth, soothing vocals, where the listener can slightly recall such artists as Don Henley meets Jimmy Buffett. It has a nonchalant and mellow vibe to it, and it ought to be enjoyed for its beauty and simplicity.”
“'Here We Go Again' finds The Beasley Brothers drawing from influences including John Mayer and The Eagles. EP highlights include the acoustic ivy of 'Sunshine in the Rain' and 'Maggie,' a closing track that begins with tuneful piano balladry and ascends into electric-sparks guitars.”
— Matt Wake, AL.com
About The Beasley brothers
The Beasley Brothers are a Country/Rock music group based in Nashville, TN. From being selected as one of the top North Alabama bands in 2015, to opening for Kansas, The Beasley Brothers have made their name known throughout the southeast.
From the ages of 3 and 4, Jackson and Lawson Beasley spent most of their time with toy guitars singing along to anything ranging from The Beatles and Eagles, to the CMT top 20. Now Lawson and Jackson perform as The Beasley Brothers along with their band. In 2015, they were listed among the "15 North Alabama Musicians To Watch", and they also were the 1st place winners of the WhistleStop "Que The Music" contest, where they opened for the iconic rock band, Kansas. The Beasley Brothers perform at a variety of different events ranging from weddings and parties, to large music festivals.
The group went out on their first ever headlining tour in June of 2018, which included a show at the legendary Rockwood Music Hall in New York City, as well as other dates in Boston, MA, Virginia Beach VA, and Cape Hatteras, NC. The Beasley Brothers currently have 3 EP's released entitled "The First One", "Here We Go Again", and "I Can't Believe It's Christmas Time", as well as four singles, which can be found on any digital music provider.