If you know Gary then you know that if you ask him his opinion on any topic he will be happy to discuss his thoughts honestly and enthusiastically - no matter the topic or how controversial. He loves exchanging ideas and debating topics. Which is why it will come as no surprise to those who know him and his music to find that some of his new tunes address some of today's dire political and environmental landscape.
Check out the lyrics to some of these songs on his new CD "Revolution Rhapsody aka: Uprising Music" now, share them with your friends and get a conversation started.
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and then let us know your thoughts, thanks.
Also... As seen in PA Musician Magazine (vol. 30 #337 December 2011):
Across The Desk - by Robin & Whitey Noll ... "A few other highlights of the month include the great schedule at Market Cross Pub in Carlisle. Market Cross offers that cozy local pub feeling with great brews, English cuisine and a variety of entertainment from a multitude of genres. A highlight this month will be on Friday, December 16th when Bushmaster takes the stage. Following are a few quotes so you can get an idea of what you'll be treating your ears and senses to: "... I returned to the Festival Shell Stage to see blues trio Bushmaster. Front and center in this group was singer and guitarist Gary Brown who displayed some incredible scorching solo work throughout the set on original blues rock, plus numbers like Don Nix's 'I'm Going Down', and Jimi Hendrix's 'Voodoo Chile'." - Jim Price - Pennsylvania Musician Magazine. "...Gary Brown strives to keep Hendrix's spirit alive, not just in his music, but in his everyday life..." - Brandi Mellinger - Ocean City Today. "...'Thousand Miles From Nowhere' will cause your face to scrunch up with deep emotion upon listening..." - Michelle Oxley - Beachcomber. Enjoy the show and check out Market Cross Pub's December schedule...