The Morrison Brothers Band



Biography

Drawing from their musical roots in Los Angeles, Nashville, and New Orleans, The Morrison Brothers Band play a unique brand of country music with unparalleled energy and style. After years of writing, recording, and performing across the U.S. together, The Morrison Brothers Band have proven themselves to be not only the premier country/rock act in the Washington, D.C. area, but a national contender with a very bright future. The group has shared the stage with many of the biggest acts in rock and country music today from Alison Krauss to Tim McGraw. Currently riding the release of their third full-length record State of the Union, the band is experiencing national radio airplay and growing more in-demand by the minute.
In 2008, award-winning songwriters Willie and Truman Morrison made the seemingly casual acquaintance of brothers Matt and Kevin Nolan at the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival. Six years, three records, and several hundred performances later, the ‘four brothers’ musical fusion is seamless, and their inspiration seemingly endless. This chemistry was only amplified with the additions of multi-instrumentalist David Benson as well as vocalist and Nashville Star finalist Alyson Gilbert. The common thread amongst the members is the thought that a great band with compelling original music needs no eccentric gimmick as a crutch. The music stands alone and the performance speaks for itself.

Watch Past Performances

Video 11/7/2013: Listen Local First D.C. presents The Morrison Brothers Band

This D.C.-based group fuses elements of southern rock, pop, and country music for a unique sound.

The Morrison Brothers Band